At Work

If you repeat misinformation often enough, it’s accepted as fact … Here is a good example. 

Those are the most misleading, misused statistics in this campaign (except perhaps saving hundreds of billions of dollars via Medicare-for-all).  In fact, if you ignore all the legitimate variables involved and those numbers were true, such outright discrimination is already illegal and has been for decades which would mean EEOC and other federal and state agencies are not doing their jobs. 

Even given that, do you believe that two people doing the same job, regardless of any other factors, should be paid exactly the same? 


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5 replies »

  1. We all know it is political propaganda. But, what has old Bernie done about it, he has been in congress for decades. He has done nothing and will do nothing, because there is not a real pay gap.


      • That is the problem with a two party political system, you vote for the idiot that fits your worldview. That is what the corrupt political elite are counting on, every election cycle. Simple divide and conquer. It has worked for thousands of years.


  2. “The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly – it must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over.”
    ― Joseph Goebbels


    • Doctors I Tweet with are convinced that not only do insurers deny to make a profit they believe self-insured ERISA plans do so with encouragement from the employer sponsor.


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