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  2. Seems solid. One thing I think hurts this case is calling for $15 everywhere which is a little arbitrary to me. Some places are still less than $8 an hour. Doubling it would be drastic. But I’m all for raising it.

  3. Never has but the Kings of Industry have been arguing that it will collapse the economy since it was put into place 100 years ago.

    These same galaxy brain motherfuckers keep telling us that if we just give them more tax cuts, the working class will eventually benefit, even though it hasn’t once worked in the last 40 years of them pushing it.

    It’s almost like they’re perfectly happy lying through through their teeth to make sure they get richer & everyone else is fucked over.

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