LOL: If you think I haven't worked all my life, you would have had a hard time following my footsteps. I started milking cows on my 8th birthday getting up at 4:30 every morning. Growing up on a farm we worked 7 days a week. Even in my advancing years I still do a lot of volunteer work which I am sure is foreign to you. So stuff it. I might add I also served in the military on active duty for 2 years and 3 years in the active reserves.
Over 30,000? How would you know it was 30,000? You really need some help to correct your embellishment of anything factual. Get a life!!! What a waste of skin.
newguy: Do you ever really do any reading or have any idea about anything? Health Insurance premiums have gone up every year for years. Finally the increase percentage wise has decreased.
sdmiller; apparently you were not a top scholar in high school. You just don't seem to be very coherent.
u8, you do have a problem with using the correct words. Spelling doesn't appear to be one of your strengths.
So much hot air from drwstring. Just letting off steam again which will just end up insignificant.
Ted Bundy would run on the Republican ticket and you wisenheimers would vote for him.
pumper, you need to get up to speed with the ideas put forth. Paid lefties? What a dumb statement.
Dream on rdotn38. If the Corp makes a profit, be realistic, the top brass gets the raise not the workers.
ggekko: I apparently worked in an more affluent neighborhood. I was paid $1.00 an hour in 1957-58.
Depends on how you calculate the numbers. I am interested to see if you know what a CEO was paid during the depression compared to his/her salary today. Do you have the figures, semper?
Then they would get paid the same as you, chairman and then you would be asking for a raise because peons that do the heavy lifting should not be making as much as you do. LOL
For that $15.00 an hour the military get their food and housing and a clothing allowance. I don't remember ever having to pay for laundry.