Jobs! Yes, that's right jobs!!!!!

JOBsolutions of Hancock County announce the taking of applications for general warehouse associates at the newly built Home Depot Rapid Deployment Center in Van Buren.
Go to www.JOBsolutions.net or www.work4homedepot.com/1282 Be sure to take the Boycott Home Depot sign off your front lawn.
Or visit JOBsolutions of Hancock County
7746 County Road 140 Suite B
Findlay, Oh 45840
Wednesday 9a-11a and 2p-4p

Good luck

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Union signs boycotting Home Depot.

The signs went up after Home Depot got a nice big tax break to bring in out of state workers to build the distribution center instead of using local contractors.

The tax break wasn't to bring in out of state workers, and to say so is just ignorant. The break is to entice the company to build in Ohio as opposed to elsewhere. The real question is why did they hire out of state contractors? Answer that question first and then act on the answer and this area will turn around.

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So you're for the Ohio tax payer supporting corporate welfare for billion dollar companies?

I love the cherry picking of outrage by the right wing noise machine. When Kaptur brings in money for some solar project you’re all about the “tax payer’s dollars”…

No, you're missing the point. I am still not for tax payer money going for corporate welfare for billion dollar companies. I am for you being honest in what the money was for, and why the Georgian laborers were hired. Now try again, why were they hired instead of local union labor?

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Because like many third party outfits that these billion dollar companies hire, they like their green card/illegal alien labor that local companies union or not couldn’t touch it in cost.

I just want to point out the hypocrisy of your selected outrage. You selectively pick the part of the story that fits your agenda (unions bad) while ignoring the other half of the story (corporate welfare), a story that you’d be happy to push if it involved Kaptur or green jobs.

Actually SenselessG if you look at the original post it is only to point out that there are jobs available to those who wish to work. Now if you have a job it shouldn't concern you, but you made it a point to comment on something I hadn't even mentioned. I don't believe I said that unions were bad in any post above, but I'll check. That seems to be the conclusion you came to on your own after answering the question about why Georgians were brought here to work. I'm curious about your contention that the workers had green cards and were illegal aliens. Are you saying you support the Arizona law then? Look at that, I can jump to conclusions as high as yours.

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Don't be a hypocrite sensor, illegals have a right to work don't they? Next thing, you will be asking that they be profiled, and deported. What are you, a racist?

Fred, asked why they chose to get labor from an out of state 3rd party, I answered. Besides, we "know" it's "ok" to hire undocuemented workers, it's just wrong for them to be here. Our laws reflex that right?

Maybe our laws are just too "reflex"able, OR just not enforced. Hopefully AZ will start enforcing the laws that "reflex" federal laws.

I can't imagine how any self respecting company would come to an entitlement town like toledo to recruit laid off union workers. There are plenty of hard working applicants in the countryside, thanks to obama's emphasis on job creation.

If they can't hire the local work force then they can't get the local paycheck! Buy Local!!!I know this boycott is a hurting them cus I hear the talk from everyone even letters in the local newspaper.

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wolfman - won't they hire locals to work there once its built? I know local construction companys who work out of state to build buildings because they have done the same job locally. Meijer's stores comes to mind. One local biz built them in Kentucky, Indiana and Pennsylvania. Be happy for the jobs it does bring.

Actually, in the case of meijers, the construction company will travel with the're super and a general forman and then go to the local union hall for the remainder of their work crew, and LOCAL people then build the store.

Its funny to read your posts somedays when you claim that "everyone" has either told you something or believes the way you do. If that were the case why would you even need to post?

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

Entertainment Fred pure entertainment. Oh by the way heard the Mayor talking up Bowersox on how shes promoting such a glowing positive Toledo image to the nation. What a wonderful blessing for Toledo to have her as a spokesperson, says the the Mayor. Then we have the doomsters of WSPD who muck up the image of Toledo on a daily basis. Fred does his local repetitive manic depression thing in the morning then the flounder from the east coast, using his former national contacts, spreads the negative Toledo image across the nation. How wonderful! How lucky for Toledo to have such a ruinous radio station in our midst. What I can't figure out is all the foolish who flock to this hate-filled race mocking station; why would any of the politicos and local businesses attach their names to such a bunch of dysfunctional malcontents?!

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