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MSNBC, by Keith Olbermann    Original Article
5/23/2009 10:46:33 AM     
Finally tonight, as promised, a Special Comment about Mr. Cheney’s speech. Neurotic. Paranoid. False to fact and false to reason. Forever self-rationalizing. His inner rage at his own impotence and failure dripping from every word and as irrational, as separated from the real world, as dishonest, as insane, as any terrorist.


read on if you what to hear when he starts to critisize Mr. Cheney.

Was he watching the same speech I was; or did the tinfoil come off his rabbit ears; again.

              This is not Rocket Science

I recently ran across an old post by Dale Oesterle on the form of corporate social responsibility waged by GM:

There is a sizable group of academics that favor empowering boards of directors to favor constituencies other than shareholders (employees, suppliers, local citizens) in corporate decision making.  GM overpaid labor, buying peace for managers, at the expense of shareholder profit (and share price) for years.  Now GM’s survivability is at stake; employees themselves would be better off it the GM board had been more careful of shareholder profits.  Railroads situation is similar to GM (they have special legislation that protects their unions). Compare GM’s (or the railroad’s) situation to that of Caterpillar’s.  Caterpillar went through some tough strikes to hold the line on labor costs;  Caterpillar is now doing very well and is an international success story. The theory of shareholder primacy, rejected by many academics, is that in 9 cases out of 10, sustained shareholder profits are a surrogate for long-term gains for other constituencies — when shareholders make money over-time, employees have good, stable jobs.  If we hold boards accountable for profits, all constituencies, over-time, also benefit.

Still timely today. And it makes you wonder about the merits of giving the UAW 55% of Chrysler.

Why did I not ever go to a Pink Floyd Concert

Reminds me of our Wedding Reception
                        Great Video BTW
Great Video