VIDEO ON MSN MONEY
The comment that Clinton made today was just not believable, as she expressed that when she and her husband left the whitehouse they were 'dead broke', they couldn't afford the mortgages for their houses. (most of us are lucky to have a mortgage for a house, let alone mortgages for multiple houses.) Oh, and they didn't have the money to send their daughter to college, gee guess she's never heard of community colleges.
This woman is trying to identify with the everyday American and it is not possible, she is not like the everyday hard working American.
About a-workin' all summer just to try an' earn a dollar
Everytime I call my baby, to try to get a date
My boss says, "No dice, son, you gotta work late"
Sometimes I wonder what I'm gonna do
Cause there ain't no cure for the summertime blues..."
MSN plz STFU!!
Nobody cares whom you think deserves a raise or whom you think should spring for one.
The last time I thought my job owed me a raise, I started looking for work. I got got an offer for more money somewhere else. I brought it to work, and boom, raise.
If you're worth more, it's not hard to get more.
If you have minimum skills, knowledge and work ethic, and you make minimum wage, you make more than you deserve.
Misleading. The 440,000 McDonald's work for franchises, not the beneficiaries of stock price appreciation.
you want to give raises? start your own business and run it how ever you want.
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