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Old 07-17-2013, 10:48 PM  
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July 17th, 2013

In a financial planning guide for its workers, the company accidentally illustrates precisely how impossible it is to scrape by on a fast food paycheck

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/...m-wage/277845/

How McDonald’s workers CAN’T live on their minimum wages: Fast food giant sets up website to help their employees budget better… and it recommends they get a second job

Suggested monthly expenses for the hypothetical McDonald’s employee working a 40-hour week include $600 for rent – a figure that has raised eyebrows among anyone familiar with the housing market in cities like New York and Philadelphia.

While it is still possible to find housing with three-digit rent in some parts of the U.S., an average apartment in Manhattan rents for about $3,000 a month. Even in the outer boroughs it is nearly impossible to come across anything cheaper than $1,400 a month.

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Old 07-19-2013, 09:34 AM   #136
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You said vast amount of Taxes in this country.

Either you are stupid, and don't understand that the more wealth you have, the more you will pay in taxes, because taxes are a percent.

Or you are stupid and don't understand that as a percent of total income and total tax burden, the rich do burden most of the taxes.





You don't think that 85% of income tax taken being paid by the top 25% is the same as "the vast amount of taxes taken"?
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:31 AM   #137
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You don't think that 85% of income tax taken being paid by the top 25% is the same as "the vast amount of taxes taken"?
Nope, but I also understand that taxes are more than just income tax.

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There’s a reason some would prefer that more limited conversation. For most Americans, payroll and state and local taxes make up the majority of their tax bill. The federal income tax, by contrast, is our most progressive tax — it’s the tax we’ve designed to place the heaviest burden on the rich while bypassing the poor. And we’ve done that, again, because the working class is already paying a fairly high tax bill through payroll and state and local taxes.
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:34 AM   #138
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:36 AM   #139
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Much of what the union does is to do what it takes to protect the jobs of union members. All you've demonstrated is that you're building one-dimensional contract workers who are only available when there is a demand for construction workers. And when you restrict yourself to one industry, it's hard to advance yourself because there are a gajillion people competing for a finite # of leadership positions.

Which means that if there aren't enough construction workers, you force them to do work that doesn't need to be done. That's the problem with unions. The private sector has built a strong force of multi-dimensional talent. Lots of people start off in accounting, and then wind up somewhere they never imagined, like Marketing or Operations. The benefit there is, when that worker is seeking new work, he/she can go where the opportunities are.
The best way to protect the jobs of union members is to educate and train them to a high degree so union workers are desirable over non union workers by being able to complete the job on time, under budget, and without major safety violations.

The rest of your post makes zero sense. When the Construction unions (Laborer's, Carpenters, plumbers, Masonry, Truck Drivers, ect. There are multiple unions) offers a thirty year and out retirement package based off the union, and not a company, why would someone leave the union? Its called a Career.
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Alrighty then...

Typical stupid person who ignores all other taxes to attempt to make a false point about taxes in order to protect the 1 percent. Classic.
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:59 AM   #141
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Typical stupid person who ignores all other taxes to attempt to make a false point about taxes in order to protect the 1 percent. Classic.
I'm well-aware that everyone pays payroll and state/local taxes. If you are arguing that percentages are not equal, that's fine. But, that isn't what I was arguing.
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:18 PM   #142
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The best way to protect the jobs of union members is to educate and train them to a high degree so union workers are desirable over non union workers by being able to complete the job on time, under budget, and without major safety violations.

The rest of your post makes zero sense. When the Construction unions (Laborer's, Carpenters, plumbers, Masonry, Truck Drivers, ect. There are multiple unions) offers a thirty year and out retirement package based off the union, and not a company, why would someone leave the union? Its called a Career.
Because in many of those cases, people jobs are being protected when there are much more efficient ways to do it (e.g. robots, machines). Or people are being put to work just to keep up employment, even if that job isn't needed (e.g. creating construction contracts just to get people to work, even if the ROI is minimal). Unions have created that as well as unintended consequences of people so cozy knowing they won't get fired, that they have no motivation to work harder.

Your last comment says it all. In the private sector, when a skill set is no longer needed, it's phased out. There are obviously skill jobs that need to be protected because you can't replace a skilled human. But that's not the case with all union jobs. Many union jobs protect humans who are just driving costs up for businesses.
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:54 PM   #143
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Just to respond to the massive amount of idiocy in this guy's blog.

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I am entitled to complain about the economy even when my stock price, my portfolio and my profits are at record levels.
Idiotic. Businesses are built on long-term value. Any business that doesn't want a better economy to lead to better results, isn't a true business leader.

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I am entitled to a healthy and well-educated workforce, a modern and efficient transportation system and protection for my person and property, just as I am entitled to demonize the government workers who provide them. I am entitled to complain bitterly about taxes that are always too high, even when they are at record lows.
When people buy products, they are entitled to bitch about them. When people pay taxes, they have a right to bitch about their tax dollars being misused. Especially since taxes are forced on people (whereas people can voluntarily buy products and services). and given that the top % pay most of the taxes, they are allowed to bitch.

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I am entitled to a judicial system that efficiently enforces contracts and legal obligations on customers, suppliers and employees but does not afford them the same right in return.
This boils my blood. The judicial system is efficient? The system is fine, but the amount it has to be used is ridiculous. Do you have any clue how much money businesses spend to defend themselves and comply with a ridiculous amount of legislation? The judicial system is fine. The amount it has to be used in the private sector is ridiculous.


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I am entitled to take credit for all the jobs I create while ignoring any jobs I destroy.
It's called accountability. How many public sector officials have actually been held accountable for massive abuses in taxpayer money?




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I am entitled to complain about the poor quality of service provided by government agencies even as I leave my own customers on hold for 35 minutes while repeatedly telling them how important their call is.
This is the dumbest thing I've ever read. Companies with bad customer service lose money. And people often lose jobs for it. Also glad they picked on companies with bad customer service and ignored those that have spent an unbelievable amount of time and energy to creating strong customer experiences. The government doesn't do this because nobody is incentivized to do so.

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I am entitled to have the company pay for breakfasts and lunches, a luxury car and private jet travel, my country club dues and home security systems, box seats to all major sporting events, a pension equal to my current salary and a full package of insurance - life, health, dental, disability and long-term care - through retirement.
There are abuses and they should be controlled. But glad people think this doesn't happen with public sector leaders too, especially politicians. And many of these charges, incidentally, are necessary to do business.

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I am entitled to have my earned income taxed as capital gains and my investment income taxed at the lowest rate anywhere in the world - or not at all.
Why wouldn't you keep tax rates low on investment income?

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I am entitled to use company funds to burnish my own charitable reputation.
Completely idiotic

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Although I have no clue how government works, I am entitled to be consulted on public policy by politicians and bureaucrats who have no clue about how business works.
When you need consultants to figure out public policy, good bet it's overreaching.

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I am entitled to fire any worker who tries to organize a union. I am entitled to break any existing union by moving, or threatening to move, operations to a union-hostile environment.
If the union stands in the way of moving the business forward, then good.

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I am entitled to a duty of care and loyalty from employees and investors who are owed no such duty in return.
Umm... what? Investors can pull money out of the market. Employees can leave the company and are very expensive to back-fill.

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I am entitled to operate my business free of all government regulations other than those written or approved by my industry.
I almost threw up in my mouth. Do they think there's some regulation fairy that gets businesses to comply? No. It requires a ton of time, money and people when they could have left lots of things alone.

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I am entitled to load companies up with debt in order to pay myself and investors big dividends - and then blame any bankruptcy on over-compensated workers.
In many cases, these debt-strapped companies are limping along and won't grow the economy anyway. Is your alternative that we let these companies slowly bleed?

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I am entitled to confidential information about my employees and customers while refusing even to list the company's phone number on its Web site.
Is this a ****ing joke? A company that doesn't list their phone number a) pretty much doesn't exist; b) if they do, they'll be quickly taken out of business.
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Old 07-19-2013, 01:04 PM   #144
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Typical stupid person who ignores all other taxes to attempt to make a false point about taxes in order to protect the 1 percent. Classic.
Wow, the guy who condones a 9M pension for a police officer is now bitching about the 1%
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Old 07-19-2013, 02:17 PM   #145
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There's not one answer to this...there are a spiderweb of issues that have caused this and issues we have as a society that cause a trickle down effect.

1. We need to badly fix our monetary system otherwise there's no hope at all for this country. The banking elite and corporations that have paid off politicians and hijacked this economy have done this all by design to where a very small group of people get almost everything and the majority get almost nothing.

2. Continuing on from #1, the top 5-10% or the very wealthy, can for the most part weather the inflation storm and still come out on top and can still be pretty well off in terms of profit and overall wealth. The rest of us however, can not. Do you think Bill Gates or Warren Buffett care about our grocery bills skyrocketing, or that we're paying $4/gal for gas? No they don't give a shit because shit like that doesn't have a long term effect on people like them.

3. We need to abolish the IRS and get rid of the federal income tax. It's a fraudulent system a lot of these large corporations pay no federal income taxes.

4. We need to audit and the abolish the Federal Reserve and put these guys like Paulson, Geitner, Bernanke, etc all in jail. We need to go back to a gold standard.

5. Right now the globalist elitists are trying to de-industrialize the United States. Nothing is made here anymore. Hell we're giving money to companies like GM to move their factories overseas. How ****ed up is that? And that kinda leads into the next problem.

6. Our educational system is flawed. And now we're getting to the point where the effects of that are starting to leak into the workforce. Almost 30% of HS students couldn't point out approx where they live on a unmarked globe/map of the world. A bachelors degree doesn't mean shit anymore, it's just a piece of paper that shows companies that you were dedicated enough to continue school for 4 more years (or more) after HS. Unless you get a job that specifically is a profession and make it into a career (doctor, lawyer, engineer etc) a college degree is simply worthless and a waste of time and money. Now people get degrees just to have one so they can go out into the job world and wave that around to recruiters to try and get a job that pays enough money to where they can start paying off that $80K-$100K in student loans(debt). 40-50 yrs ago if your family didn't save or if you didn't pay for college yourself you simply didn't go. You either got a job around home or you went and served in the Armed Forces, But back then you could find a skill, work at that skill to where you were valuable to the company you worked for many times would work for a company for years until you retired w/ them. Now there are no jobs, they're all being shipped over seas taking advantage of a slave Chinese workforce where they in some cases house/feed their employees in the confines of the complex to where all they do is work 12-14hrs a day and go home and eat and sleep and come right back and do the same thing with maybe 1 day off a month, working for shit wages. Hell Apple even had to put up suicide nets around their complexes because workers were committing suicide jumping off of rooftops and out of high storied windows. Computers/robots are replacing humans by the day, and most people switch jobs 6-7x throughout a lifetime.

7. The Federal Govt needs to be MUCH smaller, it needs to follow the US Constitution. There needs to be true checks and balances in our govt which there is not. Our govt is broken. The 2-party system is a joke. They both play off eachother's ramblings and bullshit and in the end nothing gets done but a bunch of bitching, finger pointing and blaming, and depending on where you stand, you might be a ****ing racist. I mean if you don't agree with the Obama White House that Trayvon Martin is the son that Obama never had and that Zimmerman should be thrown in prison then you're a racist.

K now I'm just ranting so I'm gonna stop. Basically we're all ****ed to the point of no return. We need to throw out the Patriot Act and the NDAA. We need to restore the 4th Amendment. We need to stop these warrantless DUI checkpoints everywhere and drone surveillance. Get rid of the Dept. of Homeland Security. Stop the ****ing endless pointless drug war. They're going to stop Bob the pothead who has a bag of weed on him while the CIA brings billion dollars of cocaine across the borders in ****ing C-130's so that money can be laundered into these large banking cartels and into the US economy. Thats what the CIA is truly for now a days considering who's been on the heads of some of these committees and boards of directors on Wall St. It's to monitor the CIA drug trade and black markets and under the table deals. And gun running is just a side component of that.

There's a majority on here that will agree with this but then there are a few that just stick there heads in the sand and pretend nothing is happening and will continue to vote for stooges like McCain or Romney or Obama thinking they're going to change the world. These ****s that run for President are all bought and paid for. There needs to be term limits for Congressmen/women and we need to abolish the electoral college and I don't think US Federal judges should be appointed by the president but instead should be voted by the American people. Those judges also should not have a lifetime appointment either. I'm a constitutionalist, but I also agree there are certain things about the constitution that need to be changed simply because of our ways of life and how we evolved as a nation and how some things have helped create this corruption we're all seeing today.
Some pretty good points here.
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:28 PM   #146
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Minimum wage is 7.25 an hour. If it was raised to 1960's adjusted for inflation levels of over 10.00 and hour, it would affect a lot more people than those on minimum wage.

Also, what a BS cite.
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:29 PM   #147
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I will never self checkout. **** that. We need to find a way too sabotage self checkout.

Also, if you do eat at a fast food restaurant, maybe don't bus your own tray to the trash. They've trained you into cleaning up after yourselves so they don't have to pay somebody to. Your mess could be somebody's job.
Well, I don't mind that because I don't have to tip. But the ones in places like that who keep a tip jar in the place drive me crazy.
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Look more conservatives that lie about taxes by omitting the entire tax bill.
i was responding to a chart you posted

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You're a ****ing idiot. Yes, more calories per person. It just so happens that it is cheaper to feed your family high calories junk food. You know, b/c the government subsidizes corn. Go figure a dollar goes further at McDonald's. God forbid we subsidize healthy fruits, vegetables, and meats at the same rate we subsidize big corn. You wonder why healthcare premiums are out of control. **** your dumb.

Also, we didn't have all of these tips 20 years ago b/c they didn't exist. Everyone has a tv and vcr, what makes you think we wouldn't have had cell phones if they existed?
i subsidize my big corn every few hours. whoa, wha?
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Who told you that, some rich guy?

beautifully illustrates a point.
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