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If You’re Going To Have A Minimum Wage, You Need A Minimum Purchase

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Why is it any different for the State to compel a business person to pay someone for a service that is rendered, and voluntary service that is rendered, at a preordained or predetermined price?  Why shouldn’t the State then be able to compel, or why shouldn’t the store be able to use the power of the State to compel the consumer to spend a minimum amount?  Don’t feed me this crap that the State has an interest here and only the State can do this.  Check out today’s transcript for the rest…

 

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Mike:  Hello, Dennis.

Caller Dennis:  Good morning, sir.  First off, I took my second trip down to New Orleans over Easter weekend with my family.  That was the first time I’d been there since the storm.  I’ve got to say, I like the city much better with the people in it than when it was empty like it was.  We had a wonderful time.  My son who’s looking at culinary arts was pretty much in heaven.  A lot of interesting people and very good people.  I really enjoyed it.  Vacationing in the city is not normally what I would consider a vacation but I did enjoy my time.

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Mike:  Don’t wander outside of where the street signs say: Hey, tourist, you’re about to enter no-man’s land; turn around right now or lock and load.

Caller Dennis:  Believe me, we looked like the Hollywood version of tourists.  Right to my question, whether or not there should be a minimum wage aside — I don’t believe in it myself — we do have it.  And it’s one of those issues that comes up from time to time that drives you crazy —

article-v-pamphlet-adMike:  I’d like to say, because I wasn’t around when this was discussed, if you believe in the minimum wage, I’m going to say I believe in a minimum purchase then.  If you believe in a minimum wage, then when you go into a store where there is a set minimum wage as the State has dictated it, then there must be a minimum purchase, citizen.  You can’t go into a minimum wage store without purchasing at least $150 or whatever the case may be because that’s what it takes — if everyone that comes in here doesn’t make a minimum purchase, then I can’t pay my minimum wage.  Why is it any different for the State to compel a business person to pay someone for a service that is rendered, and voluntary service that is rendered, at a preordained or predetermined price?  Why shouldn’t the State then be able to compel, or why shouldn’t the store be able to use the power of the State to compel the consumer to spend a minimum amount?  Don’t feed me this crap that the State has an interest here and only the State can do this.  Fine, I’m going to go ahead and agree with you and flip it on its head.  We’ll have minimum wage and we’ll have minimum purchases.  How about that?

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