NY9 Solyndra

NY9 Solyndra

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311 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Wall Street Journal: W... · 1 reply · +2 points

Compare the percent of government versus private sector workers who receive defined benefit pension plans. Government workers are far more likely to receive defined benefit pension while private sector workers are more likely to receive defined contribution plans.

Or take a look at government workers who do not contribute to SS but are allowed to contribute to privatized pension plans like CALPERS and CALSTRS, two of the largest shareholder groups in the world.

312 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Wall Street Journal: W... · 0 replies · +2 points

Airline choices?

312 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Mitt Romney Lies About... · 0 replies · +3 points

Poppyhead!

312 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Wall Street Journal: W... · 3 replies · +2 points

Government bureaucrats are altruistic. They choose their careers primarily to benefit mankind rather than as a way to get above average wages and benefits, avoid competition, or do real work.

312 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Mitt Romney Lies About... · 4 replies · +4 points

Choom gang!

Intercepted!

Total Absorption!

312 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Mitt Romney Lies About... · 2 replies · +5 points

Choom gang!

Intercepted!

Total Absorption!

312 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Wall Street Journal: W... · 1 reply · +2 points

I hope you had your windows rolled up so as not to contract anything from those heathens. We progressives need to protect our Master Race from infection!

312 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Wall Street Journal: W... · 0 replies · +4 points

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel criticized the Chic-fil-a CEO and on the same platform indicated a city alliance with Louis Farrakhan.

312 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Wall Street Journal: W... · 1 reply · +4 points

Name-call much?

312 weeks ago @ Wonkette - Wall Street Journal: W... · 3 replies · +4 points

BTW, the issue in Chicago is not that of boycotting but of an Alderman blocking a business from opening.

ITA w/ boycotts and allowing consumers to vote with their dollars, but since when is it appropriate for the government to act as thought police and punish companies for the personal beliefs (and not the actions) of their employees?