CALLER: In Australia, for example, they’re making 15-something an hour.
RUSH: In Australia making… Okay.
CALLER: I (unintelligible) website.
RUSH: How about this? How about McDonald’s raises everybody to $20 an hour? Would that be enough? Would that be okay?
CALLER: I think that would probably help a lot of people.
RUSH: What about $25 an hour?
CALLER: Managers should probably get at least that. They probably already do.
RUSH: Okay, then what about $30 an hour?
CALLER: If that’s the fair market rate.
RUSH: Well, no, that’s what $7.25 is.
CALLER: I don’t believe that.
RUSH: Yeah, that’s why it’s $7.25. It’s the fair market rate. It’s $7.25 not because it’s temporary. That’s the fair market rate. Let’s pay ’em $50 an hour, how about that?
CALLER: $15 an hour.
RUSH: No, $50.
RUSH: Five-oh, $50 an hour. How about that?
CALLER: Yeah. That should be the new fair market rate.
RUSH: Right on. Right? Well, let’s keep going, how about $75 an hour, let’s pay ’em $75 an hour.
CALLER: Where you going with this?
RUSH: Well, I want to know whether you agree with $75. I’m not going anywhere with it. If $50 is good, $60 would be better, right?
CALLER: Well, yeah.
RUSH: What about $75 an hour?
CALLER: Where you going with this, though? I don’t understand.
RUSH: Okay. Now I’m detecting $75 an hour, you think might be too much, right?