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  • On 15 Apr 2014 in The rent is too high in every city in America, edvard2 said:

    Should have been clear that my sarcastic response was basically in reference to the ridiculous claim that minimum wages shouldn't be raised because it causes prices to go up. That's about the most absurd thing I've read. Besides- its not those making the minimum wage driving up the rents anyway. Its those making 100k+

  • On 15 Apr 2014 in The rent is too high in every city in America, edvard2 said:

    dublin hillz says

    You must admit that rising salaries/compensation does result in higher cost of living especially in societies where people tend to "live for today" and saving is not inherently present. Look how well compensated employees in SFBA drove up the cost of housing both on rent and buy side.

    I totally agree. I mean- look at how well everyone in some of those 3rd world countries making $1 a day do. We should all be inspired to aim for that level. Paying people more is the real problem here. Like I said- pay people a lot less and we'll all be so much better off.

  • On 15 Apr 2014 in The rent is too high in every city in America, edvard2 said:

    errc says

    Yes indeed, the economic rent is too damned high in Everywhere, America. Do not fret. The statists are pushing for higher minimum wages so that the landlords can raise the rents, and forcing everyone to purchase health insurance, so everything will be better. I mean, come on! Look at my 401k! Bazinga

    Oh that makes soooo much sense. You know what the problem is? Those folks flippin' burgers make too much money. If everyone got paid less then they would have less money to spend and so all the people who sell stuff would have to lower their prices and cut employees and make less money. That's the real answer: don't aim high, aim low so that everyone can come closer due to everyone becoming equally poor. Great plan.

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