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Comment: DIVORCE AGREEMENT
Dear American liberals, leftists, social progressives, socialists, Marxists and Obama supporters, et al: We have stuck together since the late 1950's for the sake of the kids, but the whole of this latest election process has made me realize that I want a divorce. I know we tolerated each ...more
Unions are the ONLY government protected monopoly left in this country. Their incompetence, greed and corruption are primary reasons for those they represent eventually losing their good paying jobs and benefits to more competitive manufacturing sources. They've literally killed the golden goose in this country (manu...more
She came to American Idol as visible evidence for the destructive consequences of refusing to postpone short term gratification! She's functionally illiterate, has a history of abusing drugs and alcohol, has had multiple sexual partners and a child out of wedlock that she couldn't afford as well as recently having an...more
Pornography has been ruled "free speech", four letter expletives have been ruled "free speech" in television programming and Occupy Wall Street bums camping on public property with no sanitation facilities have all been ruled "free speech". But pointing your finger skyward is somehow excessive or harmful celebration? ...more
Until stockholders demand a bigger say in the compensation of executives who manage their business this travesty simply won't change. Boards of directors understand this and craftily protect their control of the purse by keeping the issue from coming up for vote at shareholder meetings.
Executive employment contracts and exorbitant executive compensation would both be very different things if subjected to an approval by majority shareholder vote each year in Fortune 1000 companies! And I believe it is also the reason executive management usually protests and resists such a positive step.