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No body owes you. No body wants to pay fifteen dollars for a bigmac. This will drive prices higher, companies will either automate or go out of business. This will be the downfall of hundreds of thousands of jobs. People have no logic today to think about consequences, but when there are no jobs at all, this and policies like it will be the reason. No one under 30 will be able to get ajob. You will have to have a degree just to flip burgers.
Nobody owes anyone anything. If you don't like your low-paying job which requires minimal education and skills, do something to improve your marketability. Blaming others will get you nothing more than what you have now.
This article sounds like it was written by Chavez or Castro.
Low end jobs are meant to fill a void and add income for students and retirees, not support families. History has shown that every time minimum wage has been increased, the cost of living goes up beyond the amount of the wage increase. The effect is a loss of buying power for everyone other than the super rich.
If you want a wage capable of supporting a family, GO BACK TO SCHOOL YOU IDIOTS and don't have kids until you can afford to support them!!!
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