Minimum Wage Protest Features Community Organizer Clown, 'People Person'

By Matt Vespa | December 8, 2013 | 2:42pm EST

On Thursday, MRCTV's Dan Joseph went into D.C. to talk to fast food protestors demanding they get paid $15 an hour.  He also encountered a few museum workers protesting for a higher standard of living.

The biggest surprise came when a community-organizing clown showed up to stand in solidarity with the workers.

Another person, who happened to be an employee of McDonald's, said that she deserved a $15/hour wage because she'll do whatever is necessary to satisfy her customers - AND she has people skills.

There's no doubt that she probably has those qualities, but, as this scene from the movie "Office Space" shows, employees who think they have "people skills" might not.

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