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Rhee McDonalds, franchise owner of five McDONALDS, three in Arlington, Va. And two in DC, his main one being on George Mason Drive and Wilson Blvd., employs almost exclusively, illegal immigrants. He has, at any given time, over 120 employees on payroll, all hired up and trained thru the above site given, with usually over 112 of them being illegally in and then illegally employed by Mr. Rhee. Most of them being LATINOS or Hispanics, if you will. The problem is wantonly rampid. Mr. RHEE actionably has no respect for this countries laws nor the people in it, all together.
And being a multi-millionare McD's franchise owner for many years, he knows very well he is illegally hiring and patrolling illegal immigrants and continues to do so to this day.
And even worse, the government, the IRS, the Va. State Revenue, taxation dept. knows very well about this and is doing nothing to correct it. All at the demise of the citizens and legal immigrants. Yes. The legal immigrants that painstakingly enter the country proper, respectful to all are being punished by this routine.
And Mr. Rhee is just a chip off the mountain of employers doing this.
I hate that guy! I go to some of those joints and they always get my order wrong. I ask for a number 3 and they have no clue. I have to now say tres, WTF! This is America, I shouldn't have to learn Spanish. Then I get the 10piece nuggets and they only give me one dipping sauce packet. Geez, obviously it need two packets.
When that guy dies I hope he doesn't get his 72 virgins for pulling this crap!!!!!!!!!
you're all idiots. clearly a 10 piece chicken nuggets requires at least 3 sauce packets, and at least 2 different types of sauce. one does not simply dip one nugget in one sauce. one must first cloak the nugget in one sauce before finally cloaking it in a second sauce. logically speaking, 4 sauce packets would be ideal, as you could then promote 2 of each sauce equally.