Comments: Once again, the local MSM cannot find a better example for pulling at the heartstrings

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It continually amazes me how delusional these fast food workers are when it comes to their wages. Those jobs were not designed to be permanent; they were designed to be temporary and as such there's a high turnover rate. That kind of money is not going to help you support eight (!) kids. Sheesh.

These people really need to get over the sense of entitlement. They're not going to become millionaires working at McDonald's of all places. If you want decent money, learn marketable skills.

It's sad that clowns like Will Bunch and also Democratic politicians listen to these self-entitled brats.

Posted by Carl at March 17, 2014 11:51 AM

I mean, you wanna make an argument for a higher minimum wage, fine. But digging up cases like Caldwell's sure ain't gonna get the public behind you, that's for sure.

Posted by Hube at March 17, 2014 04:02 PM

Exactly. I'm glad the Inquirer actually allowed comments and gave Bunch a dose of reality instead of the sob story he wrote about Caldwell.

Posted by Carl at March 19, 2014 06:23 PM