Listen: Bernie, Congress And Fifteen Dollars discussed on WIBC Programming
"Wait to see what happens. I can't wait to see what happens. Now the biggest problem in. This is that she doesn't even understand the point that she could possibly be proven. And the point that she could possibly be proving that she as the employer is welcome to do what she chooses if she's given twenty thousand dollars to utilize in this manner, meaning for interns, if you and I don't like it weaken, then petitioned congress to make changes to that. Never put that aside. Right. He is doing what I believe business owners should do. When a business says, we're gonna start paying fifteen dollars an hour. You know, what I say? Okay. Congratulations. Good on you. That's a business move to try and attract more talent. When government says you have to pay fifteen dollars an hour. I say stop at Bernie because that's a tear. Idea. First of all fifteen dollars an hour is not a living wage. There is no mathematics that you can never come to to make it a living wage the entire concept of the living wage is a math. So stop trying to sell me on that forcing businesses to do something where it's wrong, forcing them on what to pay to determine for them what the market is is wrong. But if you're the employer to which damn I want. So."