Washington, D.C. (Oct 6) – As if things are not bad enough, Republican politicians are lining up to eliminate the minimum wage adding to their plans of ending unemployment extensions and jobs creation.
Republican Senate Candidates John Raese, Linda McMahon, Dino Rossi have joined Joe Miller’s call to eliminate the minimum wage. Miller told ABC News, “there should not be [a minimum wage],” and that the minimum wage “is not within the scope of the powers that are given to the federal government.”
As the Republican Party begins slamming American voters with negative ad campaigns supported in part by foreign interests, party members have added one more tool to their arsenal to eliminate the three-tiered social structure here in the U.S.
While McMahon and Rossi are open regarding simply lowering the minimum wage, the rest are calling for a complete elimination of a critical law that protects American workers from abusive employers that mandate noncompetitive wage earnings for Americans.
The American workforce is certainly facing a slap in the face not to mention total abandonment by Republican Senators as they begin their plans of extending Foreign Tax Credits as a return favor to those rich corporate and foreign donors that are pouring hundreds of millions in soft monies into GOP campaign coffers.
American workers had better wake-up and realize the bigger picture as a stabilized economy and workforce are on the brink of extinction if, the Republicans succeed this November in mid-term elections.
Meanwhile, the official jobs report is due out by week’s end as; the outlook for private sector jobs and lay-offs is not good. With promises of expanded tax credits to employers across the U.S. by Republican Senators, it would appear that corporations are already scaling back their workforce in preparation of another windfall in tax cuts by sending American jobs offshore and overseas.