I am not getting into some philosophical discussion over this as I have gone over it several times before in the $15/minimum wage threads.
As I said, if you think the answer to America's economic problems is more inefficiency (because if you agree they would not work any harder - then that is what you are putting forth), then, with respect, I do not think you are thinking this through.
How can inefficiency move humanity forwards? Should we deliberately produce less efficient cars? Computers that are slower? Or cost more to do the same thing as the year before? Come on now, man. I STRONGLY suggest you read the CBO study.
Either way, I don't want to go into this again at this time.
We will just have to agree to disagree.