To her Wall Street owners: Hillary Clinton: “But if everybody's watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. so, you need both a public and a private position.” - Hillary Clinton: "I'm kind of far removed from the struggles of the Middle Class"
The Government can raise wages but they have no control over the unintended consequences ( actually I think Obama knows its economically detrimental to raise the minimum wage ) of arbitrary cost increases on Businesses and consumers.
When Businesses react to the arbitrary and forced cost increases by laying off or raising the prices of their Goods snd services the left just ignores it outright, or blames it on someone else.
When huge tax increases drive out wealth and prosperity and jobs and industries they blame it on the " free market " or the evil greedy rich.
Lol...France elected a idiot Socialist who raised taxes on the wealthy to punitive levels. Imagine, in our highly technical world where huge amounts of wealth can be pushed around from account to account at the click of a button, Hollande actually thought these guys were going to sit there and take it.
Whar a moron
Progressives put value on intent, not on results. When results of their foolish initiatives DO show up they ignore the or blame someone else.
And when those unintended consequences show up they usually wind up hurting the people rhe left pretends to represent the mist.
" If no one among us is capable of governing himself, then who among us has the capacity to govern someone else ? "
Liberals: Demanding the freedom to write laws to take freedoms away from people they don't agree with.
ALEC has long pushed bills like the “Living Wage Preemption Act" to block city, county, or local governments from enacting progressive economic initiatives like a higher minimum wage. - See more at: An Embattled ALEC, Buoyed by Election Results, Lays Blueprint for 2015 | PR Watch
Forbidding local governments from limiting pesticide use. Environment, Energy, and Agriculture - ALEC Exposed
The residents of Denton, Texas, had a remarkable victory over Big Oil in the midterm elections, becoming the first town in Texas to pass a ban on hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking. But now state officials with ties to energy interests and to the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), the pay-to-play corporate bill mill, are threatening to undermine local democracy by refusing to follow the ban. - See more at: ALEC and Big Oil Work to Overturn Denton Fracking Ban | PR Watch
"Give me an unlimited budget and 100% saturation and I could get a pig elected to the white house".
So maybe we'll see.
And as to the second question, I would have a problem if brand "x" was poisonous and they knew full well.
Anyone wondering what I'm talking about start here:
The Psychology of Persuasion
Originally Posted by TerryOfromCA
Look at the Keystone Pipeline: The unions HATE that Obama is not building it. Obama is costing them jobs on that and a host of other issues.
Republicans are all about jobs and economy, and that can only be good for unions. The LIE the Democrats are the pro-union party is the same LIE that Democrats are pro women, pro little guy, and all that other crap.