Raise That Minimum Wage!!
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hollier than thou

Washington, DC

#64 Mar 4, 2014
Christian Dem wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, that's happened every one of the dozen times the minimum wage has gone up in the last 40 years. Stop being so dramatic, Nancy. Your cholesterol could probably stand one or two less hamburgers.
That's no way for a christian to talk.
theEyeThatAlters

Stafford, VA

#65 Mar 4, 2014
Oh no! Dont raise the minimum wage! Whatever you do! Dont give people the incentive to get a job! Let the government take care of them!
Comedian

Charleston, WV

#66 Mar 6, 2014
Christian Dem wrote:
<quoted text>Why don't you just post an opinion from the RNC if you're going to use Politico as your source? Sheesh. Besides, the article focuses on tea partiers, which I never said anything about. Try again.
You think the New York Times is going to publish a story where the entire point is to show that Tea Partiers are actually more scientifically inclined than their counterparts? Just another example of how the media just spreads their propaganda and chooses what stories are relevant and what stories are not.
One who rides

Charlottesville, VA

#67 Mar 6, 2014
theEyeThatAlters wrote:
Oh no! Dont raise the minimum wage! Whatever you do! Dont give people the incentive to get a job! Let the government take care of them!
That is what your DADDY Barry Sorrento wants. He wants you dependent on the govt. which you probably already are if the truth were known.
yep

Tornado, WV

#68 Mar 6, 2014
Change the name from "minimum" to "guaranteed" wage. The word minimum implants a negative thought about the wage. People that don't want to improve themselves hate negative tags. They liked the change from "food Stamps" to "benefits debit card". They will want a "guaranteed" wage and give them the chance to chest thump.
how

Voorhees, NJ

#69 Mar 6, 2014
ok what About you make better laws for making people have a comfortable living conditions even while they live in poverty..

like don't raise the minimum wage..

however Allow those in poverty to have a certain degree of comfortability as we use our proper resources to do it without the expense of those..

who assert their interests that are Asking us not to raise the minimum wage..
how

Voorhees, NJ

#70 Mar 6, 2014
or like we could keep everything the same And just make a law or something where rich people have to give out loans or something..

but then we would have to pay the loans back.. but imagine that..

so A rich person has a high income.. they have no choice but to give you a loan in which you use their money to make a business or something.. if your succesful you pay it back..
how

Voorhees, NJ

#71 Mar 6, 2014
we have like different parts of our economic structure that we use..

credit.. has helped bigtime..

so loaning is An important part of moving up...

loan laws and credit laws Are what I think that can really boost economy..
how

Voorhees, NJ

#72 Mar 6, 2014
like tweak the way credit works ...
how

Voorhees, NJ

#73 Mar 6, 2014
credit is a financial idea that was used to boost the Ability to use money..
nobody

Milton, WV

#74 Mar 6, 2014
Christian Dem wrote:
<quoted text>Says the white guy who spends 22 hours a day on his computer.
Pretty wild accusation. I think that you might actually spend 22 hours a day on your computer, and that is why you chose this particular insult. Freudian slip?
drudge

Tornado, WV

#75 Mar 7, 2014
how wrote:
or like we could keep everything the same And just make a law or something where rich people have to give out loans or something..
but then we would have to pay the loans back.. but imagine that..
so A rich person has a high income.. they have no choice but to give you a loan in which you use their money to make a business or something.. if your succesful you pay it back..
loan them money only if they are enrolled in college and cut the money off if their grades drop or they leave. Garnish their wages when they graduate and get a job so you get paid back for the next person to use the money. no education no money!
bubinski

Hurricane, WV

#76 Mar 7, 2014
hollier than thou wrote:
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That's no way for a christian to talk.
Yeah, he should politely not care about whether people get paid a wage that is still too low to provide a decent life for themselves and their families. That would be very much like Jesus, wouldn't it? That kind of thinking is why people are falling away from the church. Republicans who don't care about hurting people, but want to put up a polite front to others have taken over Christianity.
imcoolerthanu

Charleston, WV

#77 Mar 7, 2014
bubinski wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, he should politely not care about whether people get paid a wage that is still too low to provide a decent life for themselves and their families. That would be very much like Jesus, wouldn't it? That kind of thinking is why people are falling away from the church. Republicans who don't care about hurting people, but want to put up a polite front to others have taken over Christianity.
Love one another stupid. Not start fight for no reason
bubinski

Hurricane, WV

#78 Mar 7, 2014
imcoolerthanu wrote:
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Love one another stupid. Not start fight for no reason
It's not for no reason. It's to benefit people who are struggling to get by. By the way, calling me stupid is an interesting way to communicate how people should love each other.
Sarah

Charlottesville, VA

#79 Mar 7, 2014
Christian Dem wrote:
Most of the countries who don't pay their employees much are the poorest countries and the ones that pay them the best are the wealthiest ones.
Says who?? Produce proof!
Sarah

Charlottesville, VA

#80 Mar 7, 2014
drudge wrote:
<quoted text>
loan them money only if they are enrolled in college and cut the money off if their grades drop or they leave. Garnish their wages when they graduate and get a job so you get paid back for the next person to use the money. no education no money!
Tell Obama no jobs no money.
imcoolerthanu

Charleston, WV

#81 Mar 7, 2014
bubinski wrote:
<quoted text>It's not for no reason. It's to benefit people who are struggling to get by. By the way, calling me stupid is an interesting way to communicate how people should love each other.
I know right. Politics makes me irritated.
TPB

Charleston, WV

#82 Mar 14, 2014
Called it like he saw it

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