The Kanamit, in the form of a populist, today ruled by edict that senior executives of companies receiving federal bailout funds would be restricted to annual not to exceed.
He attempted to explain thusly, "This is America. We don't disparage wealth. We don't begrudge anybody for achieving success," Obama said. "But what gets people upset - and rightfully so - are executives being rewarded for failure. Especially when those rewards are subsidized by U.S. taxpayers."
The Kanamit and his fellow socialists absolutely disparage wealth and begrudge success, damn near every chance they get. So, the Kanamit is lying.
And hey, I've got an idea: If people get upset that executives are being rewarded for failure-and with taxpayer money, no less!-then...wait for it...LET THOSE COMPANIES FAIL.
Then those executives are out of work and not being rewarded...with my money!
It's dangerous to allow anyone to decide what someone else's labor is worth, even if that someone else is a miserable failure.
Let the market decide, not the socialists.
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