Fast Food Workers looking to Unionize - Could Crash the Entire Economy!
September 2, 2014
NEW YORK — McDonald's, Wendy's and other fast-food restaurants are expected to be targeted with acts of civil disobedience that could lead to arrests Thursday as labor organizers escalate their campaign to unionize the industry's workers.
Many are left wondering - if a union were to form and strike what kind of person would be unqualified enough to take their positions? Typically unions involve specialized skills. Fast food workers don't have any skills or intelligence. Any intelligent person in fast food either graduates high school and gets a new job or works their way up to the top of the fast food restaurant.
How are we going to fill jobs for thousands of fast food workers if they strike? The people who are currently unemployed in the US are only unemployed because they are too lazy and / or stupid to look for a job. They expect Obama to personally find jobs for them. So if all of the fast food workers were to strike we would be left with a shortage of completely unqualified workers who do actually want to work - a shrinking (almost non-existent) demographic.
What's worse is a complete collapse of the Fast Food Industry would lead to even more terrifying results for the economy. As everyone knows Heart Disease is by far the biggest killer of Americans. Also the biggest money maker for doctors. A Fast Food strike could lead to improved health and less heart disease.
Heart Disease treatment currently makes up 84% of all doctor visits to the US. Fat Americans currently fund the entire health care system with grease constantly plugging their hearts up. If there is no fast food to create heart disease the entire health care system will collapse on itself.
As Americans have gotten fatter and fatter over the last 50 years the health care industry has grown as a percentage of the GDP each year (see graphs below). Economists from around the country agree, if there is no heart disease to fund the health care system we will see a complete collapse of the economy much worse than in 2008.