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Can a gas station attendant provide jobs by taking money from a CEO?

How can a gas station attendant help the economy when they make minimum wage and provide no jobs? Liberals, you chose a real dud for president this time.

Asked By: - 9/15/2011
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The economy is based on production of goods and services and their trade. Having more billionaires does not help the economy any more than having a King would help the economy.
Answered By: Hippopotamus 2012 - 9/15/2011
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Obama is not the brightest bulb in the House !
Answered By: Dirty White Boy. - 9/15/2011
 
Yes, absolutely. He spends the extra money (as he must -- he's not rich enough to put much into savings). That increases demand, businesses increase production, and the economy thrives... More
Answered By: yutsnark - 9/15/2011
 
When that gas station attended goes to the movies or buys clothes and groceries he keeps the CEO in business. Without the working class and middle class to buy their products, CEO's go out of business.
Answered By: Yori - 9/15/2011
 
Very simple. There are millions of gas station attendant type jobs. That is a very large block of consumers. You know that the median income is around 40000. It takes 25 people making that amount to equal 1 millionaire. That is 25 people buying refrigerators to one.
Answered By: Bflowing - 9/15/2011
 
Actually Socialist bureaucrats take the money from the CEO claiming they are going to give it to the gas station attendant. Somehow the gas station attendant never sees it, but the bureaucrat's quality of life is improved. What's wrong with this picture? Go figure....
Answered By: Gerald Cline - 9/15/2011
 
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