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Divers and Sundry

"don't blame the execs. They had a legal contract."

The auto workers had legal contracts, too. If the folks at the low end of the pay scale can have their contracts renegotiated, why can't it be done for the ones at the top?

John B

I'm not suggesting the ones at the top can't or shouldn't have their contracts renegotiated. I just don't think it's the government's place to void a legal contract, especially since they made it possible for the contract to be fulfilled in the first place. If the government can do that then no contract has any validity.


Why is anyone surprised by this, after what happened to the auto industry? What cracks me up is that the people who are so mad, are the same people who voted in this liberal congress. If the gov't offered me a million dollars it would be pretty tough to turn down too. This is why it's a good idea to think before you vote.

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