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To: d[-_-]b who wrote (162379)10/3/2009 11:49:38 AM
From: TideGlider
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i LOVE THAT TERM LOL

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To: TideGlider who wrote (162380)10/3/2009 11:56:32 AM
From: longnshort
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MMMM MMM MMMM Barack Ashamed Obama!

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To: Father Terrence who wrote (162372)10/3/2009 3:26:25 PM
From: SeachRE
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Hi, GZ aka father terrence. Are you enjoying your "cruise 'round the world"?

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To: Hope Praytochange who wrote (162376)10/3/2009 3:30:46 PM
From: Skywatcher
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As for the great TODOO over the President's trip to Denmark...


so if he HAD NOT gone...and America's great city was in the running...and lost...he'd be blamed for NOT GOING
IOC is a fixed deal...Madrid should have been 3, Tokyo 4, chitown 2 and it's most important for the world...which is really what the olympics are about, to have the FIRST ONE IN SOUTH AMERICA....
Brazil is 10th in economies...it won't be easy for them, since there is NO middle class...
you either live luxury...or in cardboard...
this actually might be something that could change their country for all the better...but certainly they finally must be included in this event.
Let's put this in context..........
If BUSH was in office and DALLAS OR HOUSTON were in the top 2 pix....he would have stayed on the dirt ranch?
No way
If McCain were president...and it was Phoenix...he wouldn't have gone?
HA
and if the Romney train were in office, and BOSTON was the last of 4 cities in the WORLD....he wouldn't have done the same?

It was just by CHANCE that the city that our President is from was one of the very last choices for the Olympics...
pretty much, that is the cruks of it
the more BS you read into it, the deaper you get into non relevant talk

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To: Jane4IceCream who wrote (162369)10/3/2009 3:31:17 PM
From: SeachRE
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Must be a lie...no link no go... >>A lurker here from Wisconsin<<

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To: tonto who wrote (162374)10/3/2009 3:39:08 PM
From: SeachRE
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Whatever you say is OK with me, farmer jeb. BTW, I'm going to be visiting the Milwaukee Art Museum in a couple of weeks before I start a tour of the state...

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To: Jane4IceCream who wrote (162371)10/3/2009 3:42:52 PM
From: SeachRE
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I hear you're in love with Sioux, but I doubt he cares for T-types IYGMD. You weird...

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To: d[-_-]b who wrote (162379)10/3/2009 3:43:37 PM
From: SeachRE
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Welcome back, dweeb. Long time...

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To: Skywatcher who wrote (162383)10/3/2009 3:56:12 PM
From: longnshort
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Excuses, excuses, face facts Obama is a loser. The world is laughing at him

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To: Skywatcher who wrote (162383)10/3/2009 6:16:18 PM
From: Hope Praytochange
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New Freddie Mac CEO hits the compensation jackpot
Posted Oct 3rd 2009 2:40PM by Connie Madon
Filed under: Deals, Management, Competitive strategy, Employees, Personal finance, Financial Crisis



Freddie Mac has a new CEO and his name is Ross Kari. Can you guess his compensation? Is it reasonable in light of the fact that Freddie Mac is controlled by the government?

In these days when we have 5.4 million people who have been on unemployment for at least six months, Kari's compensation is $5.5 million, which includes $2 million as a signing on bonus and a generous salary of $2.3 million.

Freddie Mac was bailed out by the government to the tune of $51 billion and more bailout money may be needed. Outside pay experts are outraged. Paul Hodgson of The Corporate Library said: "We are in a period when this shouldn't be acceptable. ... Even if pay is competitive to the market, that doesn't make it OK today."

Kari comes from Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB). His compensation there was $580,000 and he received a $100,000 signing bonus. Fifth Third received $3.4 billion in TARP money, so it was not 100% pure and clean of mismanagement.

Do you believe that Kari's compensation is over the top in this economy?

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