$15 per hour to a burger flipper is blatantly incorrect. There are people who paid thousands of dollars on school, graduated with degrees, formulated resumes, interviewed for internships or entry level positions with well established companies. Those people make $12-$20. So you're telling me someone who actually worked their tail off to create a professional opportunity for themselves, deserves to get paid equally to someone with no education, and just happened to get a part-time job at a burger joint? No. Absolutely not. Everyone has choices, and anyone can make something of themselves. Stop giving people cop-outs and reasons to not want to achieve anything more in life. College enrollment will drop. People will be content with taking the easy route and working at McDonald's. Meanwhile, established, hard-working, Americans are making peanuts more than someone who doesn't deserve their wage. This is supposed to be a country of opportunity and prosperity, not a country of handouts and laziness.