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BK Mgr

Cottage Grove, MN

#60 Sep 2, 2013
Im sorry that your 21 yr old, high school drop out a$$ with 4 kids under 5 years of age by 4 different men is stuck in this low paying, going nowhere job.
If I have to pay you more it means that I can't get new tires and custom rims for my Vette.

Your local Burger King owner and manager

Minneapolis, MN

#62 Sep 3, 2013
John Lee Anonymous wrote:
Nothing says you have to be a Christian to live in America, fortunately for you right wingers.
The majority of "right wingers" ARE CHRISTIANS. I'm not sure what religion forcing the taking of money out of OTHER people's pockets just to hand it to those that don't want to better themselves falls under, but it isn't Christianity.

Minneapolis, MN

#63 Sep 3, 2013
background noise wrote:
Just 10% of American Adults believe the current minimum wage is a wage someone can live on, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Seventy-seven percent (77%) say the minimum wage is not enough to live on. Thirteen percent (13%) are undecided.
I agree with this also. That is why I went out and found a better (non-union) job.

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