There should be no minimum wage.
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But Grant, your idea doesn't fit in with the liberal agenda to lead us into socialism. : )
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Three disagrees imagine that! Looks like someone is not educated in the principles behind socialism. You know everyone should be equally paid, That is the goal. That explains why we are slowly being pulled more and more in the socialism direction daily. Study it out folks. We are like a frog in a pot of water that starts out cold and ends up boiling. The frog doesn't even realize he is being boiled.
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What world are you living in concerned > ?
If everyone is to be equally paid.
Theres about 90 % of the population going in the wrong direction.
Especially that 50 million living in poverty.
Sounds more like communisn to me.The haves and the have nots.
Bigger boats for some ,more food stamps for the rest
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Don't worry when idiots running this country gets done there won't be nothing left to fight over.
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So concerned, that college kid working at the local McDonalds to put themselves through school should only make 25 cents a hour on your principles. Just more horse manure from the elite!
If an employer pays his/her employees $0.25/hr. in a no minimum wage economy then that employer will probably find him/herself out of business real soon. The employer gets what he/she pays for.
On the other hand, overpaying non-skilled labor can be equally devastating. When the prices of the product climbs too high to cover the cost of mandatory wage increases, then sales will decrease and then somebody is going to be getting laid off.
All the whining and crying the last time they raised the minimum wage.
How everyone was going out of buss, is BS
There all still here.
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How about a mandatory cost of living raise?
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I see they just had another fire in one of the slave labor shops in Banglidish
I guess we can find away to pay people a livable wage and have them supporting the country
Or just keep heading in the downward direction and create more dependence on gov,
dds1983 says " So concerned, that college kid working at the local McDonalds to put themselves through school should only make 25 cents a hour on your principles. Just more horse manure from the elite! " Did I say that? I don't think so. You are so blinded by the idea that the government is your savior that you can't even see you are being conditioned by the socialist agenda. The market should determine wages, not the government. Also I am hardly the elite. I was born into a very poor family and anything I have today I worked my backside off to get. And without any governmental financial assistance I might add.
Free markets should determine the price of labor, not BIG government.
Beyond that, when will Ohio gets its constitution under control so that it cannot continue to be maniuplated by marxist interest groups. The idea that they gain control over free markets through manipulative tactics and the hi-jacking of our constitution shuold be deeply troubling.
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I remember when we used to work to live in America, today, we work to survive America. By the time Obama gets done, we will be working to survive Government. The new law of the land is the first step in that direction.
Maybe if we didn't have 2 wars to pay for which will rack up est. costs of 6 trillion before it's said and done.
Maybe if we didn't hand out tax cuts costing the treasury over $ 100 billion /yr without of setting spending.
Maybe a drug plan costing $ 50 billion/yr without off sets and just maybe if our government didn't have it's head stuck in it's a-- in 2007 2008 we wouldn't have gone into a recession
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And qucity ; Maybe if the house would have followed the const. and due process back in march of 2013 and appointed conferees to go over the Ryan plan and Senate plan we wouldn't be stuck in the mess we have again right now.
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When will Ohio get it's const. under control .
Harsh words for a republican govenor
Yes Watchdog I remember.
I also remember when there was a time of plentiful jobs and plentiful choices .
I also remember when a company took care of it's good employees
Know it's all about money,greed .
"I also remember when there was a time of plentiful jobs and plentiful choices." Think a minute here Ladybug exactly why those jobs are no longer here. They are not here because companies could not afford to operate here. For many reasons, Government regulations,taxes, and yes the high cost of labor. Increased cost to produce a product only leads to higher prices, higher prices leads to decreased sales, which leads to loss of jobs. Call it greed or what ever you want. No matter how you count them there are only 100 pennies in a dollar. When expenses exceed profits things close down.
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"So concerned, that college kid working at the local McDonalds to put themselves through school should only make 25 cents a hour on your principles. Just more horse manure from the elite! "
The college kid should have taken something useful instead of puppeteering.
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"Maybe a drug plan costing $ 50 billion/yr without off sets "
But you are enrolled in Part D, bug. If you are so against it, why do you use it? A bit hypocritical, don't you think?
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You're being logical AGAIN, concerned.
I'm so happy it's being raised! Now I can afford two pieces of Bazooka instead of just one! Buy better food for my dogs instead of stealing the neighbors'! Coke instead of Aldi's cola!
Life is good.
On a side note, if anyone happens to find the GOPs 'daddy parts', please send them to DC. They seem to have lost them.
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