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wage hike........NOT
04-03-2014, 04:19 PM #1
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. - President Obama brought his campaign for a higher minimum wage to the University of Michigan today, where his comments were enthusiastically received by the mostly student audience.

The President spoke to a crowd of students and invited guests of 1,400 inside the university’s intramural sports building.

"There is a bill before Congress that would boost America's minimum wage to $10.10. It would help lift wages for 28 million Americans, including a million people right here in Michigan," Mr. Obama said. "It would lift millions of people out of poverty right away."

He urged students to use their spring breaks to contact their elected representatives about the minimum wage, and then added, "oh did that happen already? Well I hope you had fun."

The President touched on equal pay for women, the Affordable Care Act, the improving economy, the burden of student loans, and job training in his half-hour remarks.

Buddying up to his listeners, he said, "we've got to make sure everybody's ready with the skills they need; not everybody's going to be lucky enough to be a Wolverine and graduate from Michigan."

Read more at http://www.toledoblade.com/Politics/2014...WkDPS2F.99 yep o is pushing for a hike...BECAUSE....here it comes...so these poor slobs can pay for their new O care ..it is not a win for low wage workers at all damned.gif

"when life gives you lemons..throw them at someone"...Grumpy Cat good.png
04-03-2014, 05:30 PM #2
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Statistically speaking, the CBO says this will kill about 500,000 more jobs. The Dems are shying away from this as they own enough problems as it is.
This has no chance of passing, but this admin cares about making the GOP look bad, not about advancing wages.
This will all come home to roost in November. It looks like both the House and Senate will be GOP dominated, all these current agendas will fall by the wayside because stupid. lmao.gif

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04-03-2014, 06:14 PM #3
KILLUMINATI Made Ya Look!!
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(04-03-2014, 05:30 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  Statistically speaking, the CBO says this will kill about 500,000 more jobs. The Dems are shying away from this as they own enough problems as it is.
This has no chance of passing, but this admin cares about making the GOP look bad, not about advancing wages.
This will all come home to roost in November. It looks like both the House and Senate will be GOP dominated, all these current agendas will fall by the wayside because stupid. lmao.gif

I have been told that Bama is secretly a conservative and doing everything he can to make sure the GOP will takeover.

This is the mentality of the delusional I suppose.

The libtards just cant admit that their way of doing things will not work in any other way besides in utopia theory. chuckle.gif



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