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The private sector is fine ?? it's the gov that needs help ?? wtf is this fool smoking ?



June 11, 2012 – Comments (2)

We've created  how many jobs ??  idiot...  for who ?  exactly ?  special friends and family..

The private sector is not doing fine...  you fool...  if it was  the public sector would not be having you  flip flop... 

Oh I see  he wants  to throw  more  money towards  unions  to help himself  get elected again.

Who's at risk of losing their jobs...  how about  Obama...  Biden...  Franken Berry...  the Clinton's

Weaknesses in our economy is where ?  local governments ??? State government ??  why is that do you think ?   fewer  revenues coming in ??? hmmm.

Miscalculation...  only  hours  later  he  flops  and  says  the private sector is not doing fine.

Didn't  we  do the  hey lets  give  from the  big  government  to help pay  for  so called smaller government so called employees.

How  did that work ?   How  many  jobs  did we  prop up ?

So what  is  he smoking ?  marlboros ?   Ganja ?

or something  Marion Barry smoked ???

So is Obama out of touch ?

Is  he  the leaker in charge ?

Now  the economy is not doing fine... well thanks a lot  Barry...



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#1) On June 11, 2012 at 7:55 PM, L0RDZ (88.00) wrote:

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#2) On June 12, 2012 at 5:09 PM, amassafortune (29.11) wrote:

The government, like most people, usually have more ability to help themselves but lack the will to make tough decisions. 

In the private sector, we used reverse auctions to drive another 10-20% out of our component cost. As a nation, we could use some of that mentality in the federal government. 

For each individual position, determine a pool of qualified candidates. Then, in a live, online, competitive bid using an anonymous ID system, candidates enter the cash amount of salary, and the percentage of health care contribution they are willing to work for. An algorythm calculates a total cost to determine the lowest total cost bid. 

If they are not winning the job bid, and the auction has not closed, an even lower bid can be entered. 

To participate in the auction, pre-qualified bidding candidates waive any right to contest the results based on normal age, race, etc. factors. This is fair because of the anonymity and each bidder has the power to alter the results themselves. 

I would guess a large portion of $100K federal jobs would turn into $60K jobs. 

This process would not only reduce the debt and deficit, it would pretty quickly bring D.C. real estate more in line with the national average. 

The private sector is not fine, but to the extent that it is finer than the public sector, credit tough conditions that get more performance out of people without paying more. 

This is a brutal process and as I have personally seen, even the winner is not likely to feel like a winner, but there is nothing like a competitive auction to determine a true market price.  

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