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Old 10-24-2013, 09:07 AM  
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McDonald's helps workers get food stamps.

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Nancy Salgado, who has worked at a Chicago McDonald's for 10 years and makes $8.25 an hour, asked the McResource representative a number of questions related to getting assistance to pay for her heating bill, her groceries and her sister's medical expenses. Salgado told the representative that she was recording the call for her sister.

The helpline operator never asked Salgado how much she made per hour, and how many hours per week she worked beyond the fact that she was a full-time employee. But she said that Salgado "definitely should be able to qualify for both food stamps and heating assistance."

The representative then pointed her toward a number of resources in Chicago, such as food pantries and a program that would help cover some of her heating bill. She said she would email her specific phone numbers and programs.

The operator also explained that the McResource line is available to help McDonald's workers who need help navigating the process of getting public assistance. The helpline's phone number is posted in fliers at many McDonald's locations.
Nice of McDonalds to help get its employees on the gov't teet.

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A libtard is a person who will give anyway anything that doesn't belong to them.
Despite the FACT that our Bill of Rights supports property rights as a natural right. That's the one right they ignore.
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Old 11-27-2013, 06:34 AM   #813
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Using what he sees as conservative principles to advocate a policy long championed by the left, Mr. Unz argues that significantly raising the minimum wage would help curb government spending on social services, strengthen the economy and make more jobs attractive to American-born workers.

“There are so many very low-wage workers, and we pay for huge social welfare programs for them,” he said in an interview. “This would save something on the order of tens of billions of dollars. Doesn’t it make more sense for employers to pay their workers than the government?”

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Mr. Unz also argues that increasing the minimum wage would help eliminate what he calls an education bubble: More people are taking on huge debt to attend college, even though they may not be able to find a high-paying job afterward. If the floor of low-wage jobs is raised, he says, more people will find such jobs attractive.
Sounds like something I may have been saying.
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Old 12-06-2013, 12:33 PM   #814
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Sounds like something I may have been saying.
Society can be divided into three groups — the smart, ignorant, and the stupid. This can easily be determined by those who support raising the minimum wage and those who oppose it.

A stupid individual will tell you that they have a 'right' to earn a living wage while flipping burgers or delivering newspapers.

The ignorant individual will also tell you that they have a 'right' to earn a living wage while flipping burgers or delivering newspapers.

A smart individual will tell you that raising the minimum wage will do nothing to help the economy and in fact, it will hurt the economy.

So what's the difference between the stupid individual and one who is ignorant?

The individual who is stupid is one who, even when presented with proven data and facts, they still disbelieve anything you have to say and want/demand what they believe they're entitled to anyway. These people strongly believe they have a 'right' to a fair wage, even when the work they perform is anything but skilled. This is what's referred to as the 'entitlement mentality'. These same people likely didn't finish school or if they did, they paid little attention because there's no chance in hell that you can get through both high school and college without being exposed to economics. These people pursue degrees like liberal arts, English, literature, poetry, creative writing, philosophy and other such shit that has little value if you plan to pursue a 'livable' wage. But hey, perhaps you can pick up aluminum cans to pay your college loans while writing nursery rhymes and dreaming of being the next Socrates.

The individual who is ignorant doesn't realize that raising the minimum wage will not help their situation because no one has really explained it to them.

The smart individual realizes that to obtain a 'fair' and 'living' wage, one must obtain skills that are needed in the workplace such as being a CNC machinist, engineer, nurse, doctor, autocad draftsman, quality control, welding, and so forth. It is skills such as this that makes a person valuable to their employer. The same person knows that raising minimum wage will also result in the cost of goods and services to increase. This is something that must happen in order for the business owner to offset the cost of having to pay the employees a higher wage. This is commonly referred to as inflation and it can be seen by the cost of a gallon of milk in 1990 and what a gallon of milk costs in 2014; not to mention many other necessities.

If you have children and cannot find the time to attend college, that is a decision you made for your future. You chose to have children before mapping out your future.

It is the choices we make, not the chances we take, that determines our destiny.
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Old 12-06-2013, 12:58 PM   #815
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Society can be divided into three groups — the smart, ignorant, and the stupid. This can easily be determined by those who support raising the minimum wage and those who oppose it.

A stupid individual will tell you that they have a 'right' to earn a living wage while flipping burgers or delivering newspapers.

The ignorant individual will also tell you that they have a 'right' to earn a living wage while flipping burgers or delivering newspapers.

A smart individual will tell you that raising the minimum wage will do nothing to help the economy and in fact, it will hurt the economy.

So what's the difference between the stupid individual and one who is ignorant?

The individual who is stupid is one who, even when presented with proven data and facts, they still disbelieve anything you have to say and want/demand what they believe they're entitled to anyway. These people strongly believe they have a 'right' to a fair wage, even when the work they perform is anything but skilled. This is what's referred to as the 'entitlement mentality'. These same people likely didn't finish school or if they did, they paid little attention because there's no chance in hell that you can get through both high school and college without being exposed to economics. These people pursue degrees like liberal arts, English, literature, poetry, creative writing, philosophy and other such shit that has little value if you plan to pursue a 'livable' wage. But hey, perhaps you can pick up aluminum cans to pay your college loans while writing nursery rhymes and dreaming of being the next Socrates.

The individual who is ignorant doesn't realize that raising the minimum wage will not help their situation because no one has really explained it to them.

The smart individual realizes that to obtain a 'fair' and 'living' wage, one must obtain skills that are needed in the workplace such as being a CNC machinist, engineer, nurse, doctor, autocad draftsman, quality control, welding, and so forth. It is skills such as this that makes a person valuable to their employer. The same person knows that raising minimum wage will also result in the cost of goods and services to increase. This is something that must happen in order for the business owner to offset the cost of having to pay the employees a higher wage. This is commonly referred to as inflation and it can be seen by the cost of a gallon of milk in 1990 and what a gallon of milk costs in 2014; not to mention many other necessities.

If you have children and cannot find the time to attend college, that is a decision you made for your future. You chose to have children before mapping out your future.

It is the choices we make, not the chances we take, that determines our destiny.
I find it amazing that the ones who complain about welfare queens also provide an unmeasurable amount of contempt for the working poor. Basically nobody should get help.
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Old 12-06-2013, 01:20 PM   #816
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I find it amazing that the ones who complain about welfare queens also provide an unmeasurable amount of contempt for the working poor. Basically nobody should get help.
You liberals, dems, progs, are disgusting creatures. You claim to be for the poor but in reality, you use the poor, just like you use minorities to accumulate government power. That's why it is so disgusting. Remember the War on Poverty in the 60's? That was meant to wipe out poverty in America but over the decades it has become a farce, to enslave the poor and minorities to dependence on government and a continued vote for the dems.

The War on Poverty has been a failure because more people on government entitlements than ever before. What you believe has been a huge failure and nothing more than a shameful power grab.

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Old 12-06-2013, 01:39 PM   #817
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You liberals, dems, progs, are disgusting creatures. You claim to be for the poor but in reality, you use the poor, just like you use minorities to accumulate government power.
I didn't know that J Diddy had that much power. Way to go buddy!
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Old 12-06-2013, 01:49 PM   #818
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I didn't know that J Diddy had that much power. Way to go buddy!
It's you idiots as a collective (where have we heard that word before? Oh yeah, communism) have done this and the damage to this great country. The War on Poverty has indeed failed and if you can't see that you are just being a partisan dumbass.

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Old 12-06-2013, 03:22 PM   #819
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Society can be divided into three groups — the smart, ignorant, and the stupid. This can easily be determined by those who support raising the minimum wage and those who oppose it.

A stupid individual will tell you that they have a 'right' to earn a living wage while flipping burgers or delivering newspapers.

The ignorant individual will also tell you that they have a 'right' to earn a living wage while flipping burgers or delivering newspapers.

A smart individual will tell you that raising the minimum wage will do nothing to help the economy and in fact, it will hurt the economy.

So what's the difference between the stupid individual and one who is ignorant?

The individual who is stupid is one who, even when presented with proven data and facts, they still disbelieve anything you have to say and want/demand what they believe they're entitled to anyway. These people strongly believe they have a 'right' to a fair wage, even when the work they perform is anything but skilled. This is what's referred to as the 'entitlement mentality'. These same people likely didn't finish school or if they did, they paid little attention because there's no chance in hell that you can get through both high school and college without being exposed to economics. These people pursue degrees like liberal arts, English, literature, poetry, creative writing, philosophy and other such shit that has little value if you plan to pursue a 'livable' wage. But hey, perhaps you can pick up aluminum cans to pay your college loans while writing nursery rhymes and dreaming of being the next Socrates.

The individual who is ignorant doesn't realize that raising the minimum wage will not help their situation because no one has really explained it to them.

The smart individual realizes that to obtain a 'fair' and 'living' wage, one must obtain skills that are needed in the workplace such as being a CNC machinist, engineer, nurse, doctor, autocad draftsman, quality control, welding, and so forth. It is skills such as this that makes a person valuable to their employer. The same person knows that raising minimum wage will also result in the cost of goods and services to increase. This is something that must happen in order for the business owner to offset the cost of having to pay the employees a higher wage. This is commonly referred to as inflation and it can be seen by the cost of a gallon of milk in 1990 and what a gallon of milk costs in 2014; not to mention many other necessities.

If you have children and cannot find the time to attend college, that is a decision you made for your future. You chose to have children before mapping out your future.

It is the choices we make, not the chances we take, that determines our destiny.
Darn good post. I'd sum it up as they have a sense of property that is communistic. That's why they always tell others what to do with their property or how to use it--as if it's theirs.
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Old 12-06-2013, 03:50 PM   #820
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Darn good post. I'd sum it up as they have a sense of property that is communistic. That's why they always tell others what to do with their property or how to use it--as if it's theirs.
If a business cannot pay a living wage and maintain a profit, that business will always need government support, either through the business or the employee.

You two's failure to grasp the basics of capitalism only makes it funnier when you claim others are communistic.
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Minimum Wage Was Once Enough To Keep a Family of 3 Out of Poverty

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Since the 1980s, the federal minimum wage has kept pace with neither inflation, nor the rise of the average worker's paycheck. That means that while a federal minimum wage in 1968 could have lifted a family of three above the poverty line, now it can't even do that for a parent with one child, working full-time, 40 hours a week and 52 weeks a year (yes, this calculation assumes that the parent takes no time off).
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If a business cannot pay a living wage and maintain a profit, that business will always need government support, either through the business or the employee.

You two's failure to grasp the basics of capitalism only makes it funnier when you claim others are communistic.
WHOOSH the point went over your head!

And you telling me I have failed to grasp the basics of capitalism is the most laughable post ever! You're an ignoramus who thinks he knows, when he doesn't and has no business experience too boot.
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Minimum Wage Was Once Enough To Keep a Family of 3 Out of Poverty
And you seem to keep missing the point that these places are owned by individuals, and not some government, or some communist group, so neither you, nor anyone else that doesn't have ownership in them has any say in the wages they pay. People used to be able to support a family off of minimum wage, but as I said before, that was before all of the communistic policies went into effect, that were brought about by the Dumbocrat/Communist party in the USA. Taxes have went up, to pay for this huge government, that you seem to enjoy, and want more of it. Go back, and read that post that I made. You probably won't understand it, because it makes too much sense, and involves logic. Your parties ideas of how to get rid of the poor have failed immensely, and are doing nothing but making for more government dependents. I'm sure you like that, because it's almost a guaranteed way to get them to vote Dumbocrat, when the government is handing them money, and/or food stamps every month. Wake up Captaint DoucheBag.
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I find this whole thing interesting. I was just listening to a podcast report where it was said that the demonstrators in the recent protests, who claim to be fast-food workers, are campaigning for the minimum wage to be doubled. Even Obama came out advocating a near 50% rise in the minimum wage.

I can see why liberals back this, because they back any increase to the minimum wage no matter how farcical its practicality may be. But are they really big enough dopes to not realize it's going to put half these fast food workers out of work? That it's shortsighted and is going to bite them in the end, like Obamacare?

Maybe they don't care, because a voter on government cheese is a permanent democrat?
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Isn't Australia's minimum wage like $17 per hour? What impact has it had on their economy?
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