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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Jim Sinegal
President Obama believes opponents of a minimum-wage hike should pay a visit to their local Costco and witness firsthand the benefits of higher salaries.
President Obama had plenty of nice things to say about Costco on Wednesday morning, but he failed to put his money where his mouth was.
The plan President Obama laid out this week to try to revive a sluggish economy and build "ladders of opportunity" into the middle class has been received largely with yawns from economists and business groups.
"Jim is rightly proud of everything he's accomplished, but, he said, 'here's the thing about the Costco story.