It's time to stop paying Walmart welfare

Raise the minimum wage

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Why, so Americans will espire to become walmart employees?
Jeesh man, work there if your a kid, work there if your retired, work there if your down on your luck. But Americans can do better.
There should be no money in retail sales. It creates no wealth for America, just pushes money around.
Now toolmakers should go back to engineer pay, then everyone will want to be a toolmaker again.
Quit trying to raise the bottom without thinking about the middle and the top. The bottom is a step to the top, not a destination of its own.
YAy...I made it to the bottom step on the ladder....wheres my cookie?
Typical liberal thinking...damn near communism if you ask me. Trying to create one class.
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Actually, the "tea baggers" are the only ones thinking long term. The only ones with balls. A little too extreme for my taste, but it beats the liberals murdering babies as fast as they can calling it choice, spending money like it's income tax time, pandering to minorities for votes, and creating a welfare handout state like the world has never seen before.
Who knows, maybe that wallmart job youve been dreaming of will materialize, then failure at the shop will be just a memory. Hang in there.
Raise the minimum wage to 100$hr. Increase the unemployment benefit time to 10 years. increase the food stamp outage to 1000$ a month per person. Give everyone free medical and dental.
WHAHOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!
America the great.
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On Monday, November 11, 2013 11:07:53 PM UTC-8, vinny wrote:

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