I would like to be able to ask Romney or anyother republican running for any elected office what they think the minimum wage should be.I would personally ask them to live on SSD or work for $10.00 an hour for six months with no access to any other type of credit or cash and let them live in the real world.It might get through their thick skull's just how far they have pushed this country to the brink of a class war.I don't mean friendly protest's and marches eighter.I feel my son's generation will actually see a civil war in this country if the far right dose not stop this economic battle to keep the the so called middle class in a state of low wages and debt.

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Katshores 2 years 35 weeks ago
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.I would personally ask them to live on SSD or work for $10.00 an hour for six months with no access to any other type of credit or cash and let them live in the real world.It might get through their thick skull's just how far they have pushed this country to the brink of a class war.

I think you should ask your Democratic Millionaires, Billionaires i.e. Nancy Pelosi and her Tuna Business in Soma; Rock Performers; George Clooney-remember him told Obama to come out to Hollywood for 4 hours and he gave him 12 million; George Soros; Jessie Jackson and his son with a Beer company. Why dont you ask them too. Gore; Biden (He never gave money to charity) are you going to ask them too?

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