>>3764980>Good, well-paying auto manufacturing jobs suddenly leaving the country in droves is fantastic
sure? Guess they were too high paying. Are you a socialist? >because things cost marginally less
if you're talking about the difference in labor cost, it's not "marginally less." We can not even get close to competing with their low costs of living that makes paying people like $.30 an hour or whatever work. the only way we really compete against those kinds of production costs, ironically, is through automation. Which aint helping your muh jobs autism.>and the corporations I hate are able to maintain as high of profit margins as possible
idk how this part follows the first part. Are you literally projecting your own schizophrenia at me? >Also we should tax corporations with a physical presence here at 90%
sure if we want to be dumping money into the kind of production and manufacturing opportunities that where being funded then.> and force them to double wages
Yeah if you want to stop killing the middle class it'd help. Cost of living in most places is twice as high as the minimum wage. When employers don't pay their employees enough, the government has to cover the difference through food stamps and other forms of welfare. Not paying people a living wage is corporate socialism.>as this will have absolutely no consequences for the remaining labor market
You think the deregulated Trump economy and the trillions of dollars from the corporate ta cuts being dumped into those markets is going to have any consequences? You think the 2008 crash had any consequences on any labor markets? You think the next will?>or the prices of goods and services whatsoever!
Oh no Trump has ensured that our cost of living is going to increase faster than projected with the Tariffs and everything else. Everything is going to continue getting expensive and wages will continue to stagnate and manufacturing jobs will only come back after the entire economy collapses