David Pogorelc creates jobs for America

The protest  against David Pogorelc is simply to ruin his image, threaten hard working people and goes touching the principles of the American Dream.

Is assassinating the character of a businessman a noble way toward achieving the American Dream?  Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki defines character assassination as “a deliberate and sustained process that aims to destroy the credibility and reputation of a person, institution, social group, or nation.” That’s positively the effort when a group of full-grown men stood for weeks in manufacture neighborhood Boston to grievance about something as it turns out know little concerning. But amazing that systematically tries to startle and destroy good reputations.


David Pogorelc provides all his employees good health reimbursement. What he doesn’t provide are benefits to workers that are directly hired, directly administer, and directly salaried by entirely separate and dissimilar companies with no ties to Mr. Pogorelc additional than contractor-customer affiliation.

It’s Mr. Pogorelc’s privilege to hire non-union contractors — that do or don’t provide reimbursement to do explicit tasks to help run his commerce and keep his own human being belongings in service. It’s Mr. Pogorelc’s privilege to work firm, to decide the right populace for the right job, and to pay them well. This is what the American Dream is all about. It’s based on a set of ideals in which the very fabric of freedom includes the opportunity for prosperity and success. It’s about the chance at an upward social mobility which most Americans would agree is achieved through hard work.


To be sure, the idea of the American Dream is rooted in the United States Declaration of self-government which proclaims that “all men are created equal” and that they are “endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights” including “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

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