If you support our national security issues, you may love and appreciate the United States of America, our Constitution with its’ freedoms, and our American flag.
If you support and practice our fiscal issues, you may value worldly possessions.
If you support and value our social issues, you may love Judeo-Christian values.
If you support and practice all these values, that is all good; an insignia of “Wisdom” . - Oscar Y. Harward
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Monday, November 17, 2008
Bailing Out This Capitol Hill & UAW Plan Is Socialistic Insanity.
Your may note from this report that UAW employees earn more than University Professors who are averaging salaries’ nationally at $92,973 ($73,207 + 27% benefits).
Dr. Mark J. Perry holds two graduate degrees in economics (M.A. and Ph.D.) from George Mason University in Washington, D.C. In addition, he holds an MBA degree in finance from the Curtis L. Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. Since 1997, Professor Perry has been a member of the Board of Scholars for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, a nonpartisan research and public policy institute in Michigan.
Many elected legislators on Capitol Hill, and UAW President Ron Gettelfinger, are asking US taxpayers to bail out our three failing US auto manufacturing business, without recourse.
All active UAW member/emoloyees should rollover their entire retirement programs to provide necessary funding for the survival of GM, Ford, and Chrysler. Capitol Hill legislators who supports this giveaway, should rollover their own retirement programs. Their actions will assure America as to the astuteness of our leaders, and prove to the taxpayers the wisdom, or the socialistic insanity, in protecting these exorbitant employees salaries and their benefits.
In lieu, all legislators on Capitol Hill should vote “NO”. Capitol Hill legislators and UAW management should demand a major decrease in hourly wages and benefits, rather than having the taxpayers bail out a private corporation whose employee wages and benefits compensation is in excess of $100,000 annually.