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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Duster, Jan 13, 2019 at 1:21 PM.
Unlike union dues....
That was funny, but true.
I got my Union dues back and a lot more after being retired since 2001 with a nice fat pension check that hits the bank every month and great health and life insurance policy's. To bad some of you can't see where it can work to your advantage over time. Have not paid in one dime in Union dues since August of 2001.
I'm betting most of the donors will let their donation go to the non-profit...if they actually start building a section of wall, i may even kick in a few dollars.
How very Marxist.
How about using your head and look at the long range picture. Some of you seem to have a hard time doing that.
That worked great for a lot of companies....until they realized they couldn't actually afford to pay people 20 years to set home and not work. All the great perks is whats sinking so many companies or government jobs and we're hearing alot of crying now that tit has dried up.
Define “long range picture” please. I think I’m looking much further than an unsustainable and minuscule pention check. Waaaaaay beyond health care for an individual....are you? Let’s just say that my retirement better look much more substantial than that and most likely will. Something that isn’t counter active to overall economic growth in the nation.
I have never agreed with entitlements.
I figure when I'm done with a job, the clients are satisfied with what I have done, and I'm paid in full I have no claims whatsoever, nor do I want them.
But would you turn down a job that gave you steady decent pay, time and a half after 8 hours a day, double time and a half on holidays 12 paid holidays a year, 2 to 6 weeks paid vacation (at your average wage) depending on years service, Sick pay. Insurance that covered health, dental, vision and life for your entire family. And a decent pension upon retirement all at no cost to you in exchange for your labor. If you would you would be a big fool to do so IMO. And FWIW I just got the pension report from the company I work for, they only had 250 billion in the fund as of two months ago. Think I am safe for a while longer.
Truthfully, you were owned with a promise.