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GOP Sean Duffy (Polk County) struggles on $174,000

If I make $174,000/year i won`t be complaining. Side note: He was the Sean on the Real World: Boston. Jerk.

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GOP Sean Duffy (Polk County) struggles on $174,000. If I make $174,000/year i won`t be complaining. Side note: He was the Sean on the Real World: Boston. Jerk.
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Male, 30-39, Canada
 738 Posts
Sunday, April 17, 2011 7:56:47 AM
let the rich get richer and the poor get poorer! that's how revolutions are started, after all.

Female, 18-29, Eastern US
 114 Posts
Sunday, April 3, 2011 3:50:42 PM
aren't arguments fun :D

Male, 50-59, Western US
 548 Posts
Sunday, April 3, 2011 2:22:07 PM
Thanks, and neither were my opinions meant to be argumentative. There are many ways to see things from many individual perspectives. The commonality of these ideas is what makes a strong community.

I understand your facts, but your facts might be based on a conclusion of a problem left untreated. Plus your conclusion assumes that an advanced education makes you a more valuable employee. There is a difference between value and higher cost.

Oh... and the difference in unions and corporations is that corporations donate to both sides. Because they usually donate to who is in power or for their corporate interest. Where unions typically donate proportionately higher to just one. Besides, two wrongs wouldn't make a right would it?

Male, 18-29, Midwest US
 118 Posts
Sunday, April 3, 2011 1:57:33 PM

Sorry, my sentence about how much Defense department workers made was not intended to directly reference how much YOU made. It was in reference to everyone in the media complaining about how much they make.

You know, that's fine, I`m not trying to make you think a certain way or change your opinion, but my comment was NOT an argument. What I posted was an indisputable fact. The way you`re dismissing this and won`t provide a reason is disconcerting to say the least.

Speaking of `incestuous relationships,` I`m sure you`d love to comment on how corporations donate millions to Republicans` campaigns, who then turn around to give them billions of dollars in tax breaks and push legislation to abolish federal pollution regulations that directly affect their plants and paper mills.

Male, 50-59, Western US
 548 Posts
Sunday, April 3, 2011 11:13:37 AM
To ryanwi and psychosax. I respectfully disagree with both of your arguments for the common private sector paying more to the public sector.

And BTW... You don't know how much I make now do you? You assume that since I posted a picture showing the inequality of compensation that I make less?

By chance do the two of you derive income directly or indirectly from the public?

I think this speaks more to the incestuous relationship of the public sector unions and the politicians that approve of their compensation packages.

The good part is that us less* educated Americans (*your statistic not mine) eventually figure things out and make corrections.

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