Aaron Kennedy is the founder of Noodles & More. He grew up on a farm with no connections to big money. At the age of 29 while eating at a Chinese restaurant Kennedy had an idea, which he scribbled on a napkin. He gathered up funds from friends and family and he maxed out 8 credit cards, and he opened his first Noodles out of his basement. He then put together a team of people with whom he'd build and operate 100 Noodles branches. It is now a $75 million franchise with 240 locations in 18 states providing over 3,000 jobs to people like Rob, the Noodles employee in this video. Noodles is the perfect example of American ingenuity and the resulting small business creating thousands of jobs.
Rob Lewis was one of the demonstrators at the Capitol in Madison, WI. That's where he was filmed. The first part of this video shows Rob being proud to be a member a socialist organization. The video cuts away to a meeting of the socialist group that Rob is involved with. But the most interesting part of this video is when Rob talks about his employer, Mr. Kennedy. He complains about his boss telling him what to cook, how to cook it, and what time to be at work, amongst other things.
Under Rob Lewis's vision everything Kennedy has worked for should be taken from him. Lewis says workers need to take control of the work place. He says that Kennedy should "abdicate his ownership position" and become equal with the employees. He says the employees would be willing to work with Kennedy if Kennedy brought his "expertise" to the table. Readers, this is what SOCIALISM looks like. Be warned, this video contains graphic language. The discussion of the workplace at Noodles begins at 3:38 in the video. We must defeat Socialism and all its ugly appendages.
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