Interesting to those concerned about the 1%

Hefty salaries, perks for union leaders raise eyebrows

Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/05/13/148607/hefty-salaries-perks-for-un...

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We used to have a National Transient Lodge right here in Maumee headed up by local resident Wil Henahosa. I was told he was fired because he was too successful running the organization, had a good sized check book and wasn't family to the boys out west.

Doesn't surprise me they are living high off the hog in Kansas City. I was told they were going to build a new International building with the new found cash, but it looks like they are just paying themselves lavish salaries.

Just another example of Union Corruption. I saw this on Charlie's page last night Fred. Thanks for posting it.

Tennis and the top 1%
http://www.freep.com/article/20120514/BLOG2401/120512034/Mike-Thompson-animation-Tennis-and-the-top-1-income-inequality-economy-jobs-economics-employment?odyssey=nav|head

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Even as the industry struggles with massive losses, the UAW brass continue to own and operate a $33 million lakeside retreat in Michigan, complete with a $6.4 million designer golf course. And it's costing them millions each year.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,472304,00.html#ixzz1ur98EfDC

http://blacklakegolf.com/

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UAW officialdom make in the $150,000 range which is about 2X the workers they represent. The CEOs of American make on average 475 X their workers pay. Where's the outrage of corporate shill Fred?

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a firecracker to a stick of dynamite !

Parallels, this yahoo makes is as childish & as ignorant as anything imaginable.
When did your edification to reality cease ?

Priceless.......http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/22/us-usa-autos-union-property-idUSTRE78L29Y20110922

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The UAW is part of the "10%", otherwise named by me as the Golden Class.

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