@DanPriceSeattle
Dan Price
a month ago
Half of employees who make under $15 an hour get food stamps, Medicaid and welfare. This costs taxpayers $107 billion a year. So instead of paying a few cents more for a hamburger, you're paying billions more to subsidize corporations paying literal poverty wages.
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@annnnanotbanana
Anna Haverman
a month ago
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@jalena_jones
Jalena Jones
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle Woke up and chose FAX!
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@brentprint
Brent
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle Bending over to pick up pennies, while spending dollars
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@csblakemore
Cameron Blakemore
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle Seems to me that if people don’t want their tax dollars to go to welfare, they should vote with their dollars by patronizing companies that pay a living wage.
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@dersuasion
Anders Sutherland
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle All that is super important, and I think we need to acknowledge how much tax evasion goes on that steals the People's money that could be used to pay for a $20 minimum wage, universal healthcare, etc. Rutger Bregman is right: enforcing taxation is key. https://t.co/2bK0jKxhWA
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@MetalRabbit13
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a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle .@ericowensdc πŸ‘†πŸΏ
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@KitterleCathy
Cathy Kitterle
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle You are a rare bird, I wish more CEOs and bosses would think like you do.
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