Indeed. For a discussion on why we need this, and how much the wage inequality issue damages the very principles of democracy, please also view, for instance, Wealth Inequality in America: Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPKKQnijnsM www.pinterest.com/pin/533958099546351520/
A Fugly Truth Made Pretty: A Cartoonist's Depiction Of Wealth Inequality. I'd be remiss to ignore that the illustration contains a small mistake: That gigantisized money stack on the far left is actually five bundles shorter than it should be. (Sigh...)
There is something profoundly wrong when we have a proliferation of millionaires and billionaires at the same time as millions of Americans work longer hours for lower wages and we have the highest childhood poverty rate of any developed country on earth.
Maybe the full time workers should seek a better paying job. Burgers can't be flipped without employees. McDonald's would then have to raise their rate of pay to attract employees. However, if the employees are not smart enough to figure this out, maybe they're getting paid what they're worth... They accepted the job at that rate of pay. It's on them, not McDonald's...