you do that then inflaction will go up including at the pump.
President Obama doing what he does best, promise people more money and not worry
about how it will effect the economy.
If you like your living wage, you can have your living wage... Next up, Obama to
raise welfare disbursement to exceed new $10 and hour "living wage"
from the article: Obama visited a Costco store in suburban Maryland to drive
home the argument that businesses who pay higher wages can improve their bottom
line. "I guarantee you if workers have a little more money in their pocket,
they'll spend more at Costco," Obama said to applause from the workers
surrounding him in blue and red vests....or by contrast Walmart pays
their employees so little that they'll come back too, and spend their food
stamps.Which is a good example? I think Obama chose well.
So now Obama is back on the campaign trail. The day after his State of the
Union address he runs out of town to do campaign speeches. The only thing this
guy is successful at. Talking. Someone inform Obama that he can't run
again for President. However, the so called "constitutional scholar"
probably missed that amendment.
He is back on the trail trying to convince people that he is for them when in
fact he is driving up the cost of energy with his policies. As for another
savings/retirement account that is a good idea until you realize that is what
the SS funds were supposed to offer. A safety net, but the Feds have spent all
that money from the "trust fund" that Clinton used to "balance the
budget". Anytime you put money into the hands of the Feds it is gone and
taxes have to be raised to pay off the debt. Bush tried to get a private
account in place and democrats were against it as it would take away from
government control those funds and they could not raid the piggy bank any
longer. If it is private it would be ok, but not under Federal control.