My son, Chuck Fleischmann, continued his "Chuck on the Job" initiative last week by reliving a job he had growing up – scrubbing floors at McDonald's for $2.10 per hour. Last Thursday, he worked a shift at the McDonald's in Kingston, where he scrubbed floors and tables, served food, and talked with customers.
My son was a hard worker growing up, skills I instilled in him after learning them while serving in the army during WWII. He even had to start living on his own at 16 after his mother died and I had to take a job in another state to keep food on the table. He worked hard with his wife when they started their own business about 25 years ago, and he hasn’t forgotten where he came from.
He has worked about a dozen "Chuck on the Job" shifts since taking office 16 months ago – including power washing a bridge, cleaning hotel rooms, and selling Hallmark cards – and he will continue to do these as long as he is in office. He believes it is important to hear from employers and employees who know the daily struggles of the current economy. After watching the video above, will you please click here and give him some ideas of other places he should work a shift.
Chuck's the proven conservative and hard worker in this race. Thanks for supporting my boy.