“The Excused Absence Network” — it’sa company that sells fraudulent documents for people skipping work or school. AP reports it this way: “For about $25, students and employees can buy excuse notes that [look like they] come from doctors or hospitals. Other options include a fake jury summons or an authentic-looking funeral service program…”
And then get this next line from AP: “Some question whether the products are legal or ethical.” Is there any doubt about this? Even among Drive-By reporters? There just has to be “two sides,” of course!
There’s no doubt about one thing, though; the owner of the parent company, Vision Matters — sounds like a Hillary Clinton front group, doesn’t it? –is a liberal. The guy’s name is John Liddell. Hesays: “Millions of Americans work dead-end jobs, and sometimes they just need a day off. If employers would treat people the way they need to be treated, people wouldn’t be using these [fake] notes.” He then complained thatpeople are fed up with working long hours for little pay, without the flexibility to tend to sick relatives or go to their kids’
Now, I thought the Clintons fixed that, folks,with the Family and Medical Leave Act — but Mr. Liddell continues: “People are going to lie anyway. How many people go visit their doctors every day when they’re not sick [just because they]need [to get] a note?”
Well, that sounds familiar, too!”People are going to lie anyway.” Clinton supporters used that phrase to defend Bill Clinton’s perjury, under oath, during theLewinsky days. To liberals, vision matters– just like media matters–
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