- Jan 13, 2016
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You’re right I can’t answer the question. It’s a retarded question that doesn’t have a simple answer. Anybody who knows anything about business knows there are many more factors at play.Revenue, moron. Apparently you can't answer the question.How much does what have to go up? You have a poss poor understanding of business. You sure you want to dig into this subject? It’s not going to turn out well for youHow much do you imagine it would have to go up? Or do you believe that employers can just pay 80% more without an increase in revenue?Why would revenues need to go up by 50%Wrong. The reason businesses don't pay $1/hr is the fact that the demand for labor is such that it can demand more than $7.50. It's charming that you believe a business can just "make changes" and increase their revenue by 50%. Only a Reich NAZI could utter such a moronic statement. If making these changes was so easy, then why haven't they already done it?I suppose the Rep feels like the minimum amount an hour of an employees time is worth is $15. If the business can’t utilize that time to be worth $15 then they should make changes. Some reason why we don’t pay people $1 an hour.It’s fair for people to be making what they’re producing and I think $15 is very reasonable in this country.”From your article...Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) told CNN in an interview on Sunday that he and presumably other Democrats “don’t want low-wage” small businesses as he advocated for increasing the minimum wage. “We don’t want low-wage businesses,” he said when asked if mom and pop shops should be forced to pay employees more. “I think most successful small businesses can pay a fair wage.”
Democrat Rep. Ro Khanna: ‘We Don’t Want Low-Wage’ Small Businesses That Pay Less Than $15 Minimum WageRep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) told CNN in an interview on Sunday that he and presumably other Democrats "don't want low-wage" small businesses as he advocated for increasing the minimum wage.www.dailywire.com
No beating around the bush there. The Rich and big-time Corporations only. F these local businesses who don't succeed by economies of scale. No open market of ideas. If you can't pay what I think you should, you should be erased.
The latest daily example of Leftist totalitarianism.
“I love small businesses. I’m all for it. But I don’t want small businesses that are underpaying employees. It’s fair for people to be making what they’re producing and I think $15 is very reasonable in this country.”
And for the people producing less than $15/hour?