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Re: WH says its gender pay gap 'better than the national average'
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2014, 10:40:56 AM »
The claimed pay gap doesn't exist.  If it really did exist then there would be almost no unemployment for women and much higher employment for men because no sane business would pass up the opportunity to cut their labor costs by 27%.  Liberals are incoherent and hypocritical on this issue because in every other way they blame businesses for nickeling and diming customers and vendors every way possible.  If businesses nickel and dime when they buy supplies, why wouldn't they also nickel and dime when it came to labor costs?

I love using these facts with libs. 

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Re: WH says its gender pay gap 'better than the national average'
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2014, 11:04:52 AM »
The Lily Ledbetter Act, signed in 2009, was supposed to narrow the pay gap and it hasn't done jack.  That's because different experience levels, seniority, and individual circumstances all factor in to pay decisions.

The hypocrisy of the White House proves the point:  it's impossible to have 100% parity in pay between men and women.
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