People sometimes confuse threats with information. I remember when the warehouse workers of a company for which I worked decided to unionize, thereby doubling imployee costs in the warehouse. I remember explaining to them that doubling the cost of warehouse payroll would motivate the company to move the function to a third party warehousing company simply because it would be less expensive. It wasn't a threat. It was an explanation that they were in competition with third party services. They unionized and we moved the merchandise to a third party warehouse, causing all of them to lose their jobs. It wasn't a vindicitve measure. It was a cost saving measure. Saving costs was part of my job.
Walmart imployees face the same reality. It isn't so much a matter of what a job is worth or not worth. It is a matter of competition. Because Walmart can find effective employees at the wages they pay, there is no motivation to increase the wages. If they had to increase the wages in order to attract effective employees, that is what they would do. If we can improve the economy and business growth exactly that will happen. Competition is what drives capitalism and capitalism is what drives our entire wealth as a nation.
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists to adapt the world to himself.
Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman
Anyway, do you have some other supplemental form of income or are you just a glutton for punishment?
Ted Cruz is the dumbest person alive.
don't believe me? i don't give a ****.