Not happy because the increase did not immediately go into effect? I don't think that should come as a surprise to most.
I said on another thread that this would be the case. It's doublespeak for "Vote for us." The thing about government is that they can always make changes down the line to "reflect the current situation".
I mentioned this a day or so ago. It's not a surprise. The lead time is dependent on whether or not they are elected and leaves the govt open for future adjustments.
It puts seniors and the disabled further behind. As wages climb, so do prices - but pensions seldom do
I'm surprised you can fit that beach ball gut of yours in a pair of pants you old bigot. LOLz
How do people on fixed incomes adapt as lonewolf pointed out?
Also how do liberal countries in Europe have no minimum wage yet low unemployment....and high wages.
The government doesn't have to regulate everything you know.