Clinton and the KKK

Even the media can’t get the public to believe the democrats lies about fascism! They are trying to push too far!

http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/presidential-campaign/292140-im-a-bernie-backer-and-i-refuse-to-support-hillary

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Sanders Suporters won’t vote for Hillary

Some Sanders supporters will refuse to vote for Hillary, they probably won’t vote for Trump but not voting for Hillary will still work for Trump. It doesn’t even have to be a lot of votes 5 percent will make a big difference! Some reports say as many as 30% won’t vote for Hillary!

It all works in favor of Trump
http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/presidential-campaign/292140-im-a-bernie-backer-and-i-refuse-to-support-hillary

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Trump Economy Rocks!!!

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/aug/28/hillary-clintons-faulty-economic-plan/

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Trump Will Win Big

Donald Trump will win the election in spite of what the polls and the media are saying!

I am sure I am right! Not because I’m an experienced political analyst but because I’m looking at what’s in front of me!
She is a poor candidate and a despicable person! The hard core democrats will will vote for her regardless of her opponent! 42% is the max she will get! I wouldn’t be surprised if she didn’t even get that much, but with the massive voter fraud I’m sure she’ll do OK the hard core liberals who hate her may vote for the Green Party candidate or won’t vote

Trump doesn’t appeal to hard core Republicans but most will vote and will probably vote for him instead of the Libertarian Party Candidate,  but some will vote for the Libertarian but more will go out to vote and vote for Trump just to screw Hillary out of the Presidency!

Trump appeals to quite a few independents as well as a number of democrats! So many voters that don’t usually vote for a republican will vote for him! 

Trump is different than we have had as a candidate ever, maybe similar To Eisenhower, the last candidate for President who never held elective office before he ran! The polls can’t anticipate what’s going to happen, plus the media is so deep in the tank for Hillary I don’t believe the polls are accurate!

Bill always sabotages Hillary, either on purpose or by accident, so we have that to look forward to, it hasn’t happened yet

I suspect Trump controls Wickieleaks! I think he’s getting input into their intermittent release of documents that hurts Hillary! I can’t prove it but suspect it! 

Trump by big numbers, 

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Leadership and Politics

Leadership and Politics

 A political leader has to stand in front of the voters and tell them what they intend to do when they are elected. Words mean things. An effective leader will be able to communicate those points clearly and forcefully.

A political speech has to be a persuasive speech, it has to keep the voters interested and it has to get the voter to feel like they want that politician to get into office and do what they just promised they will do.

To make this happen they have to believe something. It comes out better if they believe what they say. When politicians start hiring consultants to do polls and focus groups to determine what they believe by which way the wind is blowing they can’t be as convincing as they would be if they really believed what they were saying.

They have to keep it simple and they have to be specific. Mostly politicians talk in circles and avoid being clear and specific. They know most of our voters are uninformed voters and can be led in circles and they won’t realize it.

Clear specific statements that say “I will do this” and “I will do that” will be very effective in an honest election. They must draw a straight line between the problems and the solutions they are promising. An honest politician will persuade quite a few voters when they address the problems and identify a solution.

Their opponents have to address the solution in order to win a majority of the voters back. Weak opponents will only attack the politician with the solutions because they don’t have their own solutions to address the problems.

An honest politician with a clear vision that is communicated effectively will be hard to beat in any election.

The difficult quality is usually honesty, we need more honest and decent politicians, but they media scare them away.

 

That’s our loss!

 

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Free Market and the Salary

Free Market and the Salary

 

Apparently an alderman from Chicago feels that the hourly wage of the CEO of a major retail corporation shouldn’t be more per hour than the annual wage of an employee who works at the bottom rung of the organizational ladder.

First the alderman works at the pleasure of the voters in his district and his opinions of the salaries out in the private sector shouldn’t be any of his concern unless he is using the information to reduce the government payroll he is a part of.

The salary and other benefits of the CEO of any corporation are determined by the Board of Directors of the corporation. The CEO has an important and difficult job. None of us should begrudge them whatever they can get. The corporation has to make a profit for the stockholder. If possible the profits should provide quarterly dividends for those stockholders. People invest in the corporation to make money. The CEO is the leader of the organization and makes the profits happen through the resources available to him within the structure of the corporation.

The employees at the bottom rung of the organization make the salary that the job is worth. It may be minimum wage or more than minimum wage, it depends on what skills they need. If you can get enough qualified people to do the job at minimum wage then you don’t need to pay more. If that doesn’t get enough qualified employees then you have to pay more. Another consideration that the free market has an impact on is turn over.

When you start to lose some employees because a competitor in town is paying them more for that job, then you have to review your pay scale and become competitive. The free market sets the level. Now if you feel generous and choose to pay more than the free market sets for that position, you are doing a disservice to the stockholders. Your expenses are too high and the profits are down. They are choices that management has to make. The deliberate decision to pay higher than the competition to maintain stability and provide security to the work force is a valid decision to make. There are positive results to that decision, but that is a decision that management has to make. Profits are the goal of most corporations. The stockholders are entitled to it and they demand it.

The free market does a great job of determining what a job is worth and how much a job is worth. Artificially determining the salaries will not maximize profits and with artificially inflate expenses and will not make the corporation as competitive as it should be. Paying more than job is worth to satisfy some social guilt feelings prevents the corporation from being as efficient and competitive as it should be. Then the price of the stock goes down and dividends go down or disappear. Those are bad business moves.

The lower in the organization is the more candidates and the fewer skills and experience the position requires.

The higher the position the more skills and experience is required. There is only 1 CEO and the skills and experience required are plentiful. There are very few exceptional candidates for these positions.

The free market is less of a factor in this salary than in other salaries, but then there are so few of these positions available.

An alderman from Chicago shouldn’t stick his local political nose into this arrangement until he has a better basic understanding of economics. Those in the lower paying jobs are not forced to stay there. If they feel that the corporation isn’t paying them what they are worth then the free market is there for them too. Individual employees who have marketable skills and offer more than their current employer is paying them for can go out and find a better paying job. Make use of your marketable skills and get yourself a better job offer. If on the other hand you don’t have any skills that will get you a better paying job, then you have to accept the one you have. A poor paying job beats no job.

We all have the opportunity to acquire skills and gain experience in life. It is an individual responsibility to make yourself marketable and to maximize the type of job you are qualified for. If you are angry at your employer for paying you the small salary they are paying you blame yourself for not being more marketable.

If you feel jealous that the CEO makes more in an hour than you make in a year, try to learn from him or her and see what kind of an education and experience they have and fight for the opportunity for your children to get that and for them to do better than you did in life.

Don’t cry and complain, don’t try to demonize the CEO, and for God’s sake don’t listen to a Chicago alderman. Their ability to understand basic economics is marginal at best.

 

 

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Free Market and the Salary

Free Market and the Salary

 Apparently an alderman from Chicago feels that the hourly wage of the CEO of a major retail corporation shouldn’t be more per hour than the annual wage of an employee who works at the bottom rung of the organizational ladder.

First the alderman works at the pleasure of the voters in his district and his opinions of the salaries out in the private sector shouldn’t be any of his concern unless he is using the information to reduce the government payroll he is a part of.

The salary and other benefits of the CEO of any corporation are determined by the Board of Directors of the corporation. The CEO has an important and difficult job. None of us should begrudge them whatever they can get. The corporation has to make a profit for the stockholder. If possible the profits should provide quarterly dividends for those stockholders. People invest in the corporation to make money. The CEO is the leader of the organization and makes the profits happen through the resources available to him within the structure of the corporation.

The employees at the bottom rung of the organization make the salary that the job is worth. It may be minimum wage or more than minimum wage, it depends on what skills they need. If you can get enough qualified people to do the job at minimum wage then you don’t need to pay more. If that doesn’t get enough qualified employees then you have to pay more. Another consideration that the free market has an impact on is turn over.

When you start to lose some employees because a competitor in town is paying them more for that job, then you have to review your pay scale and become competitive. The free market sets the level. Now if you feel generous and choose to pay more than the free market sets for that position, you are doing a disservice to the stockholders. Your expenses are too high and the profits are down. They are choices that management has to make. The deliberate decision to pay higher than the competition to maintain stability and provide security to the work force is a valid decision to make. There are positive results to that decision, but that is a decision that management has to make. Profits are the goal of most corporations. The stockholders are entitled to it and they demand it.

The free market does a great job of determining what a job is worth and how much a job is worth. Artificially determining the salaries will not maximize profits and with artificially inflate expenses and will not make the corporation as competitive as it should be. Paying more than job is worth to satisfy some social guilt feelings prevents the corporation from being as efficient and competitive as it should be. Then the price of the stock goes down and dividends go down or disappear. Those are bad business moves.

The lower in the organization is the more candidates and the fewer skills and experience the position requires.

The higher the position the more skills and experience is required. There is only 1 CEO and the skills and experience required are plentiful. There are very few exceptional candidates for these positions.

The free market is less of a factor in this salary than in other salaries, but then there are so few of these positions available.

An alderman from Chicago shouldn’t stick his local political nose into this arrangement until he has a better basic understanding of economics. Those in the lower paying jobs are not forced to stay there. If they feel that the corporation isn’t paying them what they are worth then the free market is there for them too. Individual employees who have marketable skills and offer more than their current employer is paying them for can go out and find a better paying job. Make use of your marketable skills and get yourself a better job offer. If on the other hand you don’t have any skills that will get you a better paying job, then you have to accept the one you have. A poor paying job beats no job.

We all have the opportunity to acquire skills and gain experience in life. It is an individual responsibility to make yourself marketable and to maximize the type of job you are qualified for. If you are angry at your employer for paying you the small salary they are paying you blame yourself for not being more marketable.

If you feel jealous that the CEO makes more in an hour than you make in a year, try to learn from him or her and see what kind of an education and experience they have and fight for the opportunity for your children to get that and for them to do better than you did in life.

Don’t cry and complain, don’t try to demonize the CEO, and for God’s sake don’t listen to a Chicago alderman. Their ability to understand basic economics is marginal at best.

 

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