Canada requires 2 weeks of paid leave for employees, the UK requires 28 days for full time employees, and requires more paid time off for part time workers than most full time workers in the US enjoy. Should the US legislate time off?
No. Let the market function.
Not legislated. But, we need to change the mindset in the country to believing that taking vacation time off is not a bad thing and it should be encouraged.
YES!!! I try my best to explain this to my over worked husband! 😉❤
I hope he takes a break soon!
Shortcomings like this make me inclined to call the United States a developing country.
According to the Socialist. Overbearing governments like the UK lead me to believe that Europeans don't actually know what liberty means.
What does it mean?
Being able to make choices that don't violate other people's rights, without government interference. Every aspect of European life seems to involve the government somehow.
Have you actually been to Europe, or did you just hear about it on Alex Jones?
Mein family kommen aus Gelnhausen.
For instance: In Germany, you have to schedule an appearance at the novie theater with the government.
Can't seem to find anything about that.
You probably can't find it because its not a political issue that's discussed very often.
another issue: You have to have a license to own a tv in the UK.
I don't watch much tv but that doesn't really seem to be an issue.
>government tyranny isn't a problem
The BBC is tyrannical?
Forcing peoplw to register for a tv, among other things, is.
Socialism is unconstitutional. You have no right to dictate this.
It's a simple workplace regulation, like the minimum wage.
And its simply unconstitutional. So is the minimum wage.
Well if you want to find the relevant sections of the constitution to make your case, I'd love to hear it.
>what is the Taking Clause
You are making an argument, this isn't a cross examination.
You asked for the relevant sections, I just gave you one.
Right, do you want to explain how that clause has anything to do with the topic? You seem confused.
You are saying that the worker has the right to the owner's property. If you were to legislate that he/she does, you are to violate this clause.
No, I'm not. You don't understand the scope of the takings clause. A law requiring paid leave would fall under the scope of the FLSA. You should look up US v Darby.
The FLSA is unconstitutional because it violates the taking clause.
Again, US v Darby
Lol once again, unconstitutional.
A Supreme Court ruling is unconstitutional? Lol
I assume you think the Supreme Court is infalible and hasn't been stacked agenda driven ideologues before *cough* Ginsburg *cough*? en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_overruled_United_States_Supreme_Court_decisions
US v Darby doesn't seem to be on that list
As I've said before, it should be.
Right, you think it's unconstitutional based on a faulty understanding of the fifth amendment.
Remind me again how you can take something without any return?
Nathan do you pay the mailman every time he delivers your mail? Or the police if they have to protect you? Or is every road you travel on a toll road? If you don't then you are taking something without giving in return, except through taxes, which you probably believe is unconstitutional also. So if you don't personally pay for these things you are a hypocrite....
You should actually read the Constitution sometime, it'll help you in the future. Those things you just listed fall under the 3 expressed reasons for taxation the Constitution affords to Congress. Try again.
In the U.K., a part time worker who works 3 days a week still earns 18 vacation days per year. In the United States you are seen as a lazy shit for taking a sick day when you actually have the flu.
Correction- 16.8 days