Hear that crash? It's me falling off the CG wagon.
I try not to talk about politics at work. I am pretty liberal and assume most of my co-workers are Republican until proven innocent.
Ella wrote: »
Most of my department supported Obama, but they were pretty cool with me supporting McCain (they tried to talk me out of it of course!) No one got nasty though, we teased each other and it was kind of fun. It helps that I'm bake chocolate chip brownies for all our staff meetings so I am deeply loved :toothy7:Bribery is awesome!!!
yagottaloveyacurls wrote: »
is such a bad idea.
Anyone have any problems/run-ins/bad feelings/weird feelings.. in their workplace before or after the election?
Is your workplace mostly Obama supporters or McCain supporters or do you even know?
rhiannon wrote: »
There's only 5 people in my office, including me. Two of those people are fairly well-off - the owners (two CPAs). One has only been a partner for a few years and the other has built the business up for over 30 years.
I work in accounting, with small businesses. I think it's probably obvious which way my industry leans.
Most of our clients are conservative too. There's been a slight freak-out since Wednesday of people (mostly business owners but some just upper tax bracket individuals) wanting to find out how they can avoid paying way higher taxes under Obama. Already talk of layoffs and reduction in hours, from the small business owners, if the tax plans he has proposed actually get passed. Lots of these people are already struggling as it is. Who knows. I guess we'll see what happens.
It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!