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Do U.S. Soldiers Deserve to Make 100 Times What Fast-Food Workers Are Paid?

"Why don't we figure out a minimum wage for fast-food workers and then multiply it..."

A soldier of the 10 Mountain Division U.S. Army 2nd Battalion 22nd Infantry Regiment walks with a sniffer dog at Afghan National Army Forward Operating Base Muqor in Ghazni province on May 28, 2013. (Getty Images)

Never one to mince words, Fox News' "Cashin' In" host Eric Bolling laid into fast-food workers, praised the military and slapped a humorous label on a trio of liberal comedians — not bad for two minutes on a Saturday morning.

After calculating that the lowest-ranking U.S. soldiers earn a mere $8.86 per hour — while fast-food workers have been striking to get a $15 hourly wage — Bolling came up with his own formula for setting pay scales.

"Why don't we figure out a minimum wage for fast-food workers and then multiply it by a hundred [for military pay] because that's what the military actually earns," Bolling said, lauding the tough work soldiers perform and slamming the folks who want $15 per hour "to screw up my order at the drive thru."

Also notable: Bolling called John Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Bill Maher “the Mo, Larry, and Curly of the Left.”

Featured image via Getty Images

(H/T: Mediaite)

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