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Amelia Thompson

Amelia is gathering 100 signatures to

Tell Fast Food Companies: Pay Workers A $15/Hr Living Wage.

Hello my dear fb friends. Do you agree with me that everyone who works to support themselves and their families should be paid a rate that is enough to cover their basic expenses? I don't think it's right that anyone should work full time and not earn enough to pay their bills or buy food, which is why I am sharing this with you all. I have over 1,500 facebook friends. My goal is to have at least 100 of you take a few seconds to join this petition. I don't think that a couple of seconds of your time is much to ask you to give to help others in need. Please sign.

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Rick Garza

Rick is gathering 10 signatures to

Tell Fast Food Companies: Pay Workers A $15/Hr Living Wage.

If McDonald'a and other corporations paid their workers a semi-living wage of $20 an hour all our nation's communities would benefit tremendously by an expansion of job creation. For every dollar a consumer spends it circulates a minimum of twelve (12) times. Thus, $100,000 000 becomes $1.2 billion taxable income plus sales tax generated revenues for our local economic development. We have masses of people spending this money creating jobs not lying corporation executives saying they are creating jobs when they send their hundreds of billions to the Cagen Islands or elsewhere. And, sooner or later smart American consumers will figure that out. Right now even poor workers are so stupid that they continue to buy from McDonald restaurants and their equivalents. Once these idiots realize that if they cease patronizing these thieves of employees wages McDonald's will gladly share their wealth among their workers, which will automatically trickle down to their place of employment. Thus more money being circulated which means more taxpayers as a result of job creation and more taxpayers. More services being provided to communities. This $15.00 an hour pay is a laughable joke, but it is a beginning. Better, lots better, than it is currently. This honorable, justifiable increase in pay requires that these greedy corporations pay for these increases out of their billions of dollars in profits not put of our wages by virtue of increasing of prices. If they try then we better be smart and not STUPID, as we are now, by continuation of a boycott. Remember at one time Capitalist were happy to make a million. Today they are not content to not be wholly happy with millions nor even hundreds of millions---not even billions of dollars---but billions of dollars. It's our own stupidity they are getting away with this greed. Stupidity! Especially when we have the power of the Internet to organize ourselves. But because of the power of the billionaires to purchase $250 billions of propaganda to brainwash sheeples we act like Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz, brainless and not capable of figuring this out. Instead people are so stupid (I say it the way I see it. I don't kiss ass and play it politically correct. I don't care about being popular. Only to try best I can to preserve our country for my grandchildren and beyond.) they continue to believe corporate America and the mouth pieces pretending to be "journalist" that are paid to brainwash them. I doubt this honest essay is enough to clear the clouds from your minds created by hundreds of billions of dollars spent in the propaganda machine but I do know that I will convince four or more of you and then you each will continue to snap a few more "out of it" e.g. stupidity. BernieSandersForPresident.org

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