Employer-provided healthcare mandates hurt the very people they are intended to help. Attempting to remedy today's healthcare problem through the employer will lead to job loss for the least-skilled and still leave a large number of the uninsured without coverage.
You can only take so much abuse before it gets to you. It seems like ever since [the Broncos' game], he's been playing very well. It's good he can take that negative energy and turn around and go out and make some plays.
Wage hike proponents may be acting with the best of intentions, however, it is impossible to escape the drastic negative economic consequences of job loss for the least-educated. Such a measure would actually hurt the people it is intended to help.
A state EITC takes into account household income and dependents, something a minimum wage hike can't do. As a result, the benefits reach those in real need without putting them at risk of losing their job.