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Will Ferrell Isn’t Very Funny, Ha, Ha

Bernard83 Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 8:05 AM
This is going to be off topic so I apologize in advance. But, at the top of my screen the question blazes "Should the MINIMUM WAGE be raised?" In his SOTU speech 0bama said he agreed with Romney that it should. I couldn't believe that I heard correctly when Romney suggested increasing the 'min wage'. At the time I told friends that no one that understood the economy would propose such a measure. It actually hurts low wage earners more than it helps. Think about it. An increase in 'minimum wage' equates to across the board wage increases and those increases are compound increases which drive up cost Then POTUS comes out with just such a recommendation. Claiming to agree with probably the worst idea Romney had during his entire campaign.
Alex_P Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 4:05 PM
Bernard83 Wrote:
"I couldn't believe that I heard correctly when Romney suggested increasing the 'min wage'."
I believe this was the reason so many people did not vote for "Obama lite".
Wanda43 Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 10:32 AM
I don't beleive anyone thinks raising the minimum wage really helps that much. The ones who have families has to work two or three of these jobs to feed their family. What we need is someone as our President who is capable of getting more jobs here in our country where people can have a job and that one job is all they need to make a living. I tell you one way that could happen is to charge the companies that have left here and moved to foreign countries such a high fargo on the products they send to America that they would be moving back home and it wouldn't take them very long either..

The best political movie of my generation, "Primary Colors," tells the story of Jack Stanton, a small-time Southern governor who becomes president of the United States because he’s willing to sacrifice everything he says he stands for to gain power.

Of course, we all recognize Stanton for who he really is: A thinly disguised portrait of President Bill Clinton, the philandering, charming and wholly immoral talebearer; a simple-hearted liar who can lie about Uncle Charlie winning medals in World War II just as easily as he can lie about his sham marriage.

Far from detracting from the movie, the...