Sunday, March 13, 2005

how much is enough??

According to the MN DFL,

That’s right, the following Senators voted for their own $28,500 pay increase over the last five years, yet voted against increasing the minimun wage above $5.15 per hour.

Lamar Alexander (R) TennesseeWayne Allard (R) ColoradoGeorge Allen (R) VirginiaRobert Bennett (R) UtahChristopher Bond (R) MissouriSam Brownback (R) KansasJim Bunning(R) KentuckyConrad Burns(R) MontanaRichard Burr (R) N.C.Saxby Chambliss (R) GeorgiaTom Coburn (R) OklahomaThad Cochran (R) MississippiSusan Collins (R) MaineJohn Cornyn (R) TexasLarry Craig (R) IdahoMichael Crapo (R) IdahoJim DeMint (R) S.C.Elizabeth Dole (R) N.C.Michael Enzi (R) WyomingBill Frist (R) TennesseeLindsey Graham (R) S.C.Chuck Grassley (R) IowaJudd Gregg (R) N.H.Chuck Hagel (R) NebraskaOrin Hatch (R) UtahKay Bailey Hutchison (R) TexasJim Inhofe (R) OklahomaJohnny Isakson (R) GeorgiaJon Kyl (R) Ariz.Trent Lott (R) MississippiRichard Lugar (R) IndianaMel Martinez (R) FloridaJohn McCain (R) ArizonaMitch McConnell (R) KentuckyLisa Murkowski (R) AlaskaPat Roberts (R) KansasRick Santorum (R) PennsylvaniaJeff Sessions (R) AlabamaRichard Shelby (R) AlabamaGordon Smith (R) OregonOlympia Snowe (R) MaineTed Stevens (R) AlaskaJohn Sununu (R) N.H.James Talent (R) MissouriCraig Thomas (R) WyomingJohn Thune (R) S.D.David Vitter (R) LouisianaGeorge Voinovich (R) OhioJohn Warner (R) Virginia.

A person earning Minimum Wage earns $10,712.00 if they work a 40 hour week for 1 full year.

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