Amidst the fanfare over the Berkeley study, the impact of ObamaCare on the service industry is never mentioned by living wage advocates.
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That seems to be the way the left operates in everything. I really don’t think they understand scarcity. You can’t have everything all of the time.
You’re right. They want to provide everything for everyone without thinking about where that money comes from.
We know where it comes from: the rich. They’re not using it anyway.
No, but you cant at least have something. People don’t need to die to fulfill the economic model of scarcity.
His quote explaining the labor economics of fast food is classic…
“It’s very simple if you increase the cost of something businesses will use less of it,” Puzder said.
Maybe if we increase the cost of everything, we can just get them to stop using everything! I wonder if this will work with regular citizens as well…
Back in the 60s we had a saying. We the willing lead by the unknowing have done so much with so little for so long, we are now qualified to do anything with nothing. I’m glad I am no longer in the work force. I retired so some young person could have a job. Some people where I worked, worked for 40 years, and were dead in about 6 months after retiring. Life is not just about working.
I don’t see how anyone can say with a straight face that the health care law is not hurting job creation.
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