Sunday, July 27, 2014

Stop me before I throw up

Actress Kirsten Bell Plays Mary Poppins--To Push For Higher Min. Wage 

By, Jul. 26, 2014

Kristen Bell took a swing at the minimum wage debate with some humor.

The famous actress dressed as Mary Poppins in a parody on "Funny or Die," singning her own song about the political debate in the toon of "Spoon full of Sugar."

"Just a $3 increase can make a living wage," Bell sings.

Bell, playing the magical nanny that won Judy Andrews an Oscar in 1965, says she's quitting her job as a nanny because she's only being paid the federal minimum wage of $7.25.

“In every job that’s ever done, you must be paid in more than fun," she says to the two young children.

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