@Trollslayer. Perhaps there are no "good" apples to offer.
@Dislikers. Will the "dislikers" kindly explain why you are against protecting the citizens from overzealous solicitors trying to further their political careers at the expense of the innocent instead of just disagreeing? I am willing to listen to opposing views if giving valid points.
"ha ha, a bunch of privileged ppl talking like they know anything about growing up having nothing."
What does growing up having nothing have to do with working fast food? I was never wealthy, but I did grow up in a lower middle class family. I worked in fast food while in high school, when the minimum wage was $5.15. It sucked, but it was friggin easy. Mindless work, that only required a bit of speed. I decided I wanted to make more money, and landed a job at a pizzeria. There are always options if you feel that you have been underpaid and overworked.
"you can ask for a raise but they can't???"
No one ever said fast food workers shouldn't ask for raises. This isn't about a raise for hard workers that deserve it. This is about having the government force the businesses to give raises to everyone. I am not necessarily against that, if the raise is reasonable. However, if I asked my boss for a 100% raise, he would laugh in my face.
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