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Published: Wednesday, May 28 2014 4:10 p.m. MDT

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AZ Blue & Red
Gilbert, AZ

Chris B you do not work for the U of U? With all your posts I was sure you were employed by the U. So your work is not a PAC 12 company?

If a CEO can make the company worth more then why not. No thanks I do not what their job. I think they do get paid too much but so do others in areas that they should not. ie: Sports players. Teachers should get a lot more then the $30-40K that they start off with. Bottom line is we allow it. People will work for that kind of money so that is the job market.

Until we stop supporting it then it will continue. Both High and Low.

Virginia Beach, VA

As the bulk of the commentary here proves, peons are grateful to their patrons and would never jeopardize their dependent relationship, no matter how poorly they may be treated.

That is extremely unAmerican behavior.

The founders were not peons, and they wrote the Constitution for people who don't want to be peons.

But peons proliferate now in this nation, thanks to a barrage of Right Wing propaganda over the last 30 years.

It's a pity.

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