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Thread: $10 Minimum Wage Would Push More Than Half Of Working Poor Out Of Poverty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanty View Post
    OK... here's the thing that you have to now prove...

    Why aren't those companies moving to low wage states? If it's happening, surely you can show it. You're a communist, right? Show us some of your Marxist wizardry to counter something, just one time, with facts. No more bullshit from you. Here's your chance to show us why it's wrong when Washington State not only retains their businesses, but also gets Idahoans to move there.
    If this effect isn't present wouldn't the foreign car makers have located their American factories where they could tap into all the great productivity of the UAW?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanty View Post
    You lead in it. Aethelfrith merely cleans up after your intellectual shitting on the living room floor.

    We all know that. You just deny it when it doesn't fit into your myopic view of the world.

    when did you refer to any relevant data?

    You linked to a long debunked paper, was shown how it was debunked, and then you proceeded to continue using the fallacy.
    That's a lie. Neumark and Wacher were never debunked. Look at you. You have to post blatant lies to keep in the conversation now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raoul_Duke View Post
    "Has the potential?" LOL! You guys are always selling some "potential" or "expected" economic snake oil. It smacks of "central planning" to me. Not sure where your "real world" examples are of that working very well as I'm not aware of any. But as long as you are running contrived data through a big government biased model, I'm sure you can "find" whatever "potential" utopian labor market "outcomes" you can dream up in your Marxist mind. Good job comrade!
    And then when that "expected outcome" doesn't happen, they'll cook up a study that is completely incompatible with real world numbers as proof that it did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanty View Post
    Real world data keeps kicking you where your balls would be if you had any. It's the facts that keep you guys desperately trying to convince people of your narrative of ideology over the real world.
    Just out of curiousity, when is the last time you cited actual evidence instead of just claiming that you did?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanty View Post
    How's the US economy doing under GOP obstruction?

    Oops...
    Buck passing at its finest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ęthelfrith View Post
    No. I merely have to assume that firms have wage making power. That is automatically delivered through 'imperfect competition'
    The employees share wage making power through their consent to work for said wage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macduff View Post
    That's a lie. Neumark and Wacher were never debunked. Look at you. You have to post blatant lies to keep in the conversation now.
    Alinski has taught legions of drones that one of the most effective ways to hide an agenda is to redefine the established meaning of words. Shanty is an excellent example of such tomfoolery.

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    You know that the president was responsible for sequestration, right?
    Who provided the numbers for the CBO report that article is writing about? Was it the White House? Because they've been caught lying about the sequester many times. But this is typical. This president's economic policy is a failure. The liberals can't claim results so they try to blame someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macduff View Post
    You know that the president was responsible for sequestration, right?
    Who provided the numbers for the CBO report that article is writing about? Was it the White House? Because they've been caught lying about the sequester many times. But this is typical. This president's economic policy is a failure. The liberals can't claim results so they try to blame someone else.
    Yeah, just like people get killed during a robbery, which wouldn't have happened had they just handed over the money.

    Try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macduff View Post
    That's a lie. Neumark and Wacher were never debunked. Look at you. You have to post blatant lies to keep in the conversation now.
    I'm not the one defending Wascher and Neumark. It's already been proven false on this very thread. Is there a lie you'd tell that would ever cause you to feel shame for being prolific in lying? Or is it just a matter of course and that you feel like if you lie enough, you can rewrite the truth?

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