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kraft-t
Senior Advisor

It's the war on labor

Largely responsible for much of the financial crisis. And that war has been ongoing since 1981. Businesses need people with spending money in their pocket.

 

What is really ironic on this forum is that these farmers are against pay raise even if they don't have to pay it. I don't know why they are so concerned about what somebody else gets.

 

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Samnospam
Advisor

Re: It's the war on labor

Mexican dentist

schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: It's the war on labor

Like you never try to save money!

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: It's the war on labor

Why hello there Mr Donald Kraft sir, I hope that you are having as lovely a afternoon as I.But as to your query regarding "wages". Free trade, shipping factories overseas and dragging in Mexicans to take teenager's jobs like mowing lawns and detasseling corn. With all due respect, the only meaningful solution is to institute tariffs and don't left in more Mexicans. That $5 shirt at Wally World has costs far greater than the 5 bucks you plunk down to purchase it. Thank you ever so much for your time kind sir.
Democratforlife
Senior Contributor

Re: It's the war on labor

Then call your congressman and tell them to quit spending. After this deal today, we are going another trillion into debt. Borrowing money just to pay off other debts. Makes no sense to me.

cotman03
Senior Contributor

Re: It's the war on labor

Yes!  And Mexican dental employees that make about $50/week.  But Kraft supports American workers, unless they increase his cost.  Then he wants everybody else to do it for him

hobbyfarm2145365
Senior Contributor

Re: It's the war on labor

I wonder if the farmers were buying 5 buck shirts with their LDP money years back   Funny how things change when they opened the treasury door  and money fell at there feet of this welfare crowd         

jput
Senior Contributor

Re: It's the war on labor

Welcome to Economics Class 101,  shifty.....

 

"even if they don't have to pay it."

 

What a major display of economics ignorance.   Those who consume the goods and services will pay for the labor needed to provide them.    Higher labor costs = higher prices that we all pay for. 

 

But hey,  let the wage rates rise and soon many of those jobs become automated.  Not only do the min. wage workers lose their jobs but they lose the opportunity to start at the bottom,  learn skills and a work ethic,  and advance to higher pay jobs as their skills increase.

 

Granted we have a pResident who has no actual work experience,  no relevant life experiences on his resume.  

 

 

GreaTOne_65
Senior Contributor

Re: It's the war on labor

That's really funny, Sam, considering, I haven't seen ONE, broke dentist. Fact is all the one's I know are doing quite well, thank you very much.

GreaTOne_65
Senior Contributor

Re: It's the war on labor

Kinda funny, how that works, isn't it, hobby?