Wednesday, March 10, 2010
4 million jobs lost but taxpayers fund gov't hiring spree
Seems like I just said something about cutting the wages of government workers to reduce our debt. Instead, they think it's a good idea to pay more people more money. Hows that for sound fiscal management. Just take the ones that make an average of $30,000 more than comparable workers, and just the amount more that they are making, and it adds up to $990,000,000. That's not counting the average pay or the pay of the other 42,000 people.
So, you have a smaller working base paying the inflated salaries of a larger group of people. Somehow, I don't think this is going to be good.