Minimum wage: Agreeing on $9.50 an ho...

Minimum wage: Agreeing on $9.50 an hour, lawmakers differ on inflation indexing

There are 28 comments on the St. Cloud Times story from Mar 5, 2014, titled Minimum wage: Agreeing on $9.50 an hour, lawmakers differ on inflation indexing. In it, St. Cloud Times reports that:

There's no chance the Senate will approve a minimum wage bill that includes an adjustment for inflation, Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk said Tuesday.

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Trigger

Minneapolis, MN

#38 Mar 17, 2014
OneOfTheBobs wrote:
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IrishBagger, is that you?
It's obvious by the lack of sources. Sounds more like NSP.
What fact do you dispute?
OneOfTheBobs

Saint Paul, MN

#39 Mar 18, 2014
Trigger wrote:
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What fact do you dispute?
I dispute the fact that you understand anything that you read Mr Magoo. My post pointed out you named no source.

It is true however you can't just book a cheap flight and become a native in Hawaii. There is a whole different economy for them. You will never have access to it. That's the IrishLiar factor in your post. Leave out facts.
Trigger

Minneapolis, MN

#40 Mar 18, 2014
OneOfTheBobs wrote:
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I dispute the fact that you understand anything that you read Mr Magoo. My post pointed out you named no source.
It is true however you can't just book a cheap flight and become a native in Hawaii. There is a whole different economy for them. You will never have access to it. That's the IrishLiar factor in your post. Leave out facts.
It takes a little time to become a resident anywhere, Minnesota etc. Once you live in Hawaii for a period of time you may them take advantage of their welfare just like any other state, like Minnesota.

Welfare rules are dictated by the Feds by rules they have on Federal assistance. Welfare people understand the game.
Trigger

Minneapolis, MN

#41 Mar 18, 2014
OneOfTheBobs wrote:
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I dispute the fact that you understand anything that you read Mr Magoo. My post pointed out you named no source.
It is true however you can't just book a cheap flight and become a native in Hawaii. There is a whole different economy for them. You will never have access to it. That's the IrishLiar factor in your post. Leave out facts.
What is your source?
Trigger

Minneapolis, MN

#44 Mar 19, 2014
OneOfTheBobs wrote:
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I dispute the fact that you understand anything that you read Mr Magoo. My post pointed out you named no source.
It is true however you can't just book a cheap flight and become a native in Hawaii. There is a whole different economy for them. You will never have access to it. That's the IrishLiar factor in your post. Leave out facts.
And your "source"?

Are you implying the government of Hawaii discriminates against non-natives? IF they do that they can get in trouble with the Feds. Especially if they discriminate against African Americans like President Obama.

OneOfTheBobs

Saint Paul, MN

#45 Mar 20, 2014
Trigger wrote:
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And your "source"?
Are you implying the government of Hawaii discriminates against non-natives? IF they do that they can get in trouble with the Feds. Especially if they discriminate against African Americans like President Obama.
Google Kama'aina. Maybe you'll learn something today. You're welcome.
LIbEralS

Minneapolis, MN

#46 May 5, 2014
IrishMN wrote:
$9.50? Cheapskates!
If you want to eradicate poverty,$9.50 won't do it. Make it $25 an hour AND mandatory full benefits with a employer paid, defined benefit retirement program where they are eligible at age 55.
Come on Democrats. Don't cheap out on your loyal supporters.
You talk, they listen:

Appearing on Crossfire on Friday, co-host Newt Gingrich asked Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) whether it was a good idea for the mayor of Seattle to propose a minimum wage of $15 an hour. Lee said, "good for him."

"In California, more than likely from what I remembered, a living wage where people could live and take care of their families and move toward achieving the American dream was about $25,$26 an hour," Lee said.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#47 May 5, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
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You talk, they listen:
Appearing on Crossfire on Friday, co-host Newt Gingrich asked Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) whether it was a good idea for the mayor of Seattle to propose a minimum wage of $15 an hour. Lee said, "good for him."
"In California, more than likely from what I remembered, a living wage where people could live and take care of their families and move toward achieving the American dream was about $25,$26 an hour," Lee said.
Did Mr. Gingrich have the sense to ask her what the hell a "living wage" in California has to do with a $15.00 minimum wage in Seattle?
Nothing but diversion and deflection from these politicians.

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