Listen: Bernie Sanders, Amazon, Eleanor Holmes Norton discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"College while making it appear as though it's free by offering easy, easy access to credit that then raises the cost of tuition for all Americans, making it put saddling these kids with a lifetime of debt all under the guise of helping them get a college education. That's what a rigged economy looks like. What rigged economy does not look like is an employer and an employee negotiating over what their salaries should be. Depending on how skilled the worker is and how independent his particular skill set, how badly the employer needs work and what the overall health of the economy is and that or that particular industries economy will determine what the wages for that particular worker. And unrig, Connie is the government stay out of things. Goes on to say, this is who's writing this ditor. All right. This is Raskin of Maryland. Eleanor Holmes Norton in their say, all this legislation is saying is that taxpayers shouldn't be responsible for paying the expenses of workers employed by multibillion dollar companies. The basic premise of the American dream is that if you work hard and you work for a company that's doing well, you should earn enough to support your family. No, that's not. That is absolutely not what the American dream is. The American dream is if I come here and bust my ass, there's a chance I might be able to make something out of myself. It's not a guarantee. It's not the promise of a house and money in the Bank and retirement, a gold watch and being able to feed your family. That's not what the American dream is. The American tree dream is says, I don't have to relegate myself to slavery. I'm not in a class system that only allows me to go so far. It American dream says, there are no limits on what you can achieve here, but it's. Based on your own personal desire to achieve it, your talents, your skills, drive your mission. But if you have all of them in the sky's the limit, that's what the American dream is. He said, instead we have an absurd situation where companies and trillions of dollars market cap. The wealthiest in the world with employers, don't make enough to support their basic needs for themselves and their families. What's really sad about this, and this is the unintended consequences of government and government decisions. His which really sad about this is this ends up hurting the very people that Bernie Sanders is trying to protect because what do you think is going to happen if this law passes? And now Amazon is forced to pay one hundred percent of any subsidies that these people receive from the government. If they're working for Amazon, do you think Amazon is going to be incentivized to hire these folks or disincentivize to hire them? Yeah, you better believe it. They're going to take a look at these people and the ones that they think either are on government assistance or who are likely to be in a position to take it. They simply won't hire them. Or they'll hire his few of them as humanly possible in order to keep their costs down. In the end, what you'll have is Bernie Sanders will do what he always does. Socialism will do what it always does, and it will damage the very people that it was designed to help. So there you have a folks. Let me talk about our next sponsor beach body. The you all know the fitness should be a huge part of your life, but going to the gym is a gigantic pain live in Los Angeles. Going anywhere is a gigantic pain, and sometimes you just don't.."