We are all used to thinking that bigger is better, in some cases, thats not always the best view to have. The Obamacare fallacy is where Obama had the idea of raising the minimum wage to $10.00 an hour, compared to the current minimum wage which differs from state to state, but Nebraska's minimum wage is 8.00. Although, looking at this idea from far away, it may seem like a very luring position, but sources say that it could cause more harm than good. this may seem to people as fair, and as well deserved, but it isn't about trying to persuade a bunch of people to think it is fair, its about helping people get out of a hard time. Obama said the wage lift was going to help millions out of poverty, and although all of us would wish that to be true, it just is going to have long lasting effects on our daily lives looking at the span of things.
While looking at the stats in the article from the American Thinker, the wage lift is predicted to only raise $100 more dollars in a family budget, how can that lift someone out of poverty? As years go up the number of people in poverty a year goes up, to extraordinary lengths.