Black People : Cain "End Minimum Wage!" will get Wall st and Fortune 500 support

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    This is no joke!

    Bypassing the concept of a
    living wage Cain is proposing
    the concept of abolishing the minimum wage,
    as prices in food, clothing, shelter, transportation and utilities go through the stratosphere and small businesses return yo jim crow
    hiring policies.
     
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    Unless there is a contingency plan in place for the near-assured
    chaos that may ensue, minimum wage isn't going anywhere any time soon.
     
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    vWe said that about Social Security and Medicaid 3 years ago, but the point is that he will win an apointment in some level of national or global finance.
    A man will kill someone justifiably for catching some knucka trying to rape his daugter or wife,
    but when a gang lord tells an initiate to kill someone, the initiates attempt to do it and cold blooded intent, even if the act fails,
    it is enough to get him or her membership

    Herman Cain: 'I Don't Think The Current Minimum Wage Is Necessary'
    Jun 28, 2011 ... CAIN: I don't think the current minimum wage is necessary because most
    companies are paying higher than the minimum wage. Now you can't ...
    thinkprogress.org/.../herman-cain-dont-think-minimum-wage-necessary/ -
    Some background on this;
    Working In These TimesMonday Sep 26, 2011 12:12 pm
    Herman Cain, the Other NRA and the Stagnant Minimum Wage
    By Mike Elk
    Herman Cain was instrumental in convincing lawmakers to let America's minimum wage stagnate during the 1990s. ”.
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    “When he became a leader of the National Restaurant Association that year, it emerged as the leading spokespeople against the Clinton healthcare bill, the 1993 economic package and budget, any minimum wage increases, and a wide variety of other progressive economic measures,” says Mike Lux, special assistant to President Clinton for public liaison.
    “Cain portrayed himself as speaking for small business, but small businesses would have dramatically benefited from healthcare reform, and did benefit hugely from the 1993 budget. In fact, most of the National Restaurant Association’s money came from the big chain restaurants- McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, - and because they would have finally had to offer their workers’ health care and higher minimum wages, and because their very wealthy execs would had to pay more in taxes because of the ’93 budget bill, they hated the legislation Clinton was pushing. Cain was their perfect front man” says Lux.
    After a successful role in Clinton healthcare fight, Cain became chairman of the organization in 1994, and then worked full time as its CEO from 1996 to 1999. In his leadership role Cain transformed the National Restaurant Association from a sleepy little trade association to earning a spot in Forbes Magazine 1997 Survey of Washington’s 25 most powerful pressure groups coming at number 24.
    .....“When Cain took over the National Restaurant Association in the mid-90s it became much more politicized” says Jose Oliva, policy coordinator at the worker advocacy organization Restaurant Opportunities Centers United. “Cain fought off the efforts to make the NRA a real trade association that represented various types of views and really pointed it in the directions of extreme libertarian conservatism. He became a celebrity for libertarian ideologues for this reason”.
    Cain was particularly effective during the 1996 fight over the minimum wage. Approximately 3.3 million tipped workers (with 2 million of them being servers) receive a substandard minimum wage of $2.13 an hour. Between 1950 and 1991, the wage for restaurant servers had always increased every time the minimum wage increased. In the 1996 fight over increasing the minimum wage, however, Cain was determined not to see server’s wage increase in conjunction for the first time ever. And that's exactly what happened.
    Herman Cain did more than just prevent servers from seeing their wages increased. He worked hard to turn politicians against using minimum wage increases as a popular election year slogan to win votes from underpaid workers.

    http://www.inthesetimes.com/working..._the_other_nra_and_the_stagnant_minimum_wage/
     
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    cain is equivilant to a Black slave owner. He is a chump,a punk,and a puppet.
     
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