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Politics and work ethics(6 posts)

Politics and work ethicsgregario
Sep 10, 2003 5:24 AM
Not to open a can o'worms here but has anyone ever noticed a relationship between a person's politics and their work ethic? Here where I work it seems like the laziest most worthless wastes of space are also the most whiny liberals. A supervisor of a department that I work closely with who is known throughout the company as completely incompetent and lazy is also the biggest liberal here. Is this just a gross generalization or is there some validity to this?
oh man, you are in for it...DougSloan
Sep 10, 2003 6:51 AM
There are plenty of hard working, thoughtful, intelligent, L!berals, believe it or not. There are also lazy, ineffective, Conserv@tives.

"Work ethic" is a bit difficult to define, isn't it? Not sure how you'd go about objectively studying this if you wanted to.

Doug
I know, I know....gregario
Sep 10, 2003 7:00 AM
But it's been my observation here. There are a few guys that who are known as lazy do-nothings and they are also the biggest Left leaning liberals here. That's not to say that I am exclusively conservative in my views either.
And all conservatives are fascists & slumlords, right?cory
Sep 10, 2003 7:58 AM
But I stand amazed, Doug, that you didn't leap aboard this argument.
OldEd is the only slumlord I know... ;-) nmDougSloan
Sep 10, 2003 8:03 AM
Can you define "liberal" and "conservative"?Spoke Wrench
Sep 10, 2003 8:29 AM
Everybody seems to know but me. What am I missing here?