How does that saying go? The road to Hell is paved with good intentions?
Seattle's minimum-wage hike seems to have reduced low-wage workers' earnings by $1500 a year: https://t.co/zB3elfXWdJ
— Annie Lowrey (@AnnieLowrey) June 26, 2017
Wait. You mean forcing small moms and pops to pay at least $15 an hour hurt them? And that big corporations are looking at automation which means fewer minimum-wage earners are able to get jobs?
Get outta here.
Who could’ve seen this coming?
Oh yeah, Conservatives.
Including Ted Cruz:
So often, liberal policies, born of good intentions to "help the poor," end up hurting them. Instead, we need more jobs, more opportunity. https://t.co/XeEPP6PCiJ
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) June 26, 2017
Every damn time.
Liberals think they know best, so using the government to force their crap legislation makes sense to them. And then when it fails HORRIBLY (like it is here) they scratch their heads and try and find a way to blame evil rich white guys.
When in reality, they screwed it up.
With ‘good intentions.
Equal opportunity doesn't always mean equal outcome folks
— Charlemagne (@Guerrilla_minds) June 26, 2017
Gotta work for it, and if people at that level aren’t willing to, the machines are.
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