old man,I remember a prior post where you said the left did not villify
the "one percenters"I remember other posts where you
complained about those with opposing views just parroting talk radio hate
speech, then you give us this unsubstantiated attack that looks like it could
well have originated on MSNBC or from within the DNC.
Somehow, somewhere deep down inside this scheme is a way to increase even more
the salaries and bonuses of these CEOs and their friends.
When SS was first instituted, life expectancy was around 65, so it was never
intended to support someone for 20-40 years. If you want to retire sooner, take
responibility for yourself and arrange your financial affairs so you can forgo
SS income until age 70. Many people already arrange thier affairs so they can
retire before they get SS benefits now.This makes sense, which means
BO won't even consider it - for one thing, he woulnd't be able to use
SS to scare seniors anyomre.
This is not something that CEO's and corporate business should be allowed
to ask for or even request the government to change in the standards of life for
the working class of America.Its bad enough that corporate america
has robbed the american people of their jobs for slave labor in foreign
countries, this is another insult to the rights of the americans. Using labor
again as over indulged and costly for business to profit. Labor is a fact of
overhaead costs and its something business must not be allowed to exploit and
demean for the purpose of profiteering. If any thing should be accomplished with
business and labor, is give workers the right to jobs, corporate profits, in the
form of higher wages and job benefits.Its time that our government
take these threats by CEO's as serious and intentional demands to steal
jobs and retirement funds of its workers. Its a hoax that raising retirement
help, they won't hire or retain anyone over 50 so they lie again. How this
benefits the corporate world is that workers fired at 40-50 will not be able to
draw on corporate funded retirement plans (401k etc,) for 20+ years.