- Jul 25, 2011
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- NE Arkansas
I'm on my side make no mistake.Making your own point be something completely different out of what I said is very.................................................................................... apparently your party has you brainwashed.
I don't care what label you put on me. I'm independent, corporations & their lobbyists have warped your brain into thinking you're on their side.
I would concur that world wide conglomerate industry has made the move away from family businesses including family farms stripping and condensing profits and dividends to the penthouse dwelling management. People whose hands are far far away from the soil and horsepower assisting machines. Therefore remaining progressively out of touch with the 365/24/7 life style and responsibilities of the farmer who nourishes them.In 2020 SEC reporting their top six people made $38M
I don't think most people have issue with the company founder making whatever they can. They seem to have issue when they think the system is rigged. Insider trading for an example. Another example could be a "scientist" whose research is funded by some corporation with the outcome predetermined.When it comes to CEOs of large companies, it's a club, and you ain't in it.
It's not as simple as "go to school and work hard", it just isn't.
I had several long beer fueled conversations with an executive VP of Volvo NA, on of the top 3 guys.
He laughed at the idea anyone with a good head for business + brains alone would ever make it to that level.
Self start up founder/CEOs are a different matter, but there's still a club
I think too macro for the most part.I'm on my side make no mistake.
I'm just not butt-hurt about the hand I was dealt. Got it better than some.....worse than some.
You don't care about labels, but you made sure to label yourself.....
I agree with part of that.. maybe for different reasons.I think too macro for the most part.
I'm pretty sure things'll improve over the next decade or so, as we get these idiot boomer politicians out of office, and that generation rides off into the sunset.
Same reasons. They reaped every benefit of the post war economy and world, then shipped it all overseas to fatten their own pockets. Now everyone has to support them thru retirement with half the spending power they enjoyedI agree with part of that.. maybe for different reasons.
The American socialist (aka baby boomers) living off their great society entitlements are the single biggest drain on this country. The sooner we get them paid and planted the better. .... sorry old-timers it's the truth.
Yes, but worker entitlements are part of that culture. Go to school, get a job , work your 40 and we'll take care of you..BullshytSame reasons. They reaped every benefit of the post war economy and world, then shipped it all overseas to fatten their own pockets. Now everyone has to support them thru retirement with half the spending power they enjoyed
You know any generation that produced both the "Hippies" and the "Yuppies" is
How many CEOs have you worked closely with in your life?sorry but I would rather work for my paycheck vs. sitting behind a desk and telling people under me what I want done.
You are right.I thought that was how the free market was supposed to work.
Management says I will pay this much
Employee either accept the job , look elsewhere for work , or comes back with a counter offer. Until both agree or one side moves on . When their are more jobs then applicants the applicants have a slight advantage and can demand more. When more applicants then openings the management can demand more of the applicants or offer lower wages