posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 12:04 PM
There is a difference between working hard and hardly working.
House Cuts Work-Week to 2 1/2 Days
The Democratic-led House -- in the middle of the biggest healthcare fight in a generation -- has now trimmed their workweek to just two and a half
days, leaving members of Congress plenty of time to ski or play golf.
Last time I checked, our Nation was in the middle of a Crisis with several important issues that need to be resolved.
Now, it would be one thing if our Politicians were so efficient that they could hammer out an agreeable solution to all of our problems in but 2 1/2
days a week, but since they haven't successfully resolved any single issue facing our Nation thus far, how do they think that cutting their work week
in half will actually allow them to finally come up with viable solutions?
If I had an employee that demanded a Salary raise after raise and then only showed up to work half the time and still got zero work accomplished, I'd
fire him in a heartbeat!
The House better give the American People (their Employers) something to show for their "hard" work while hardly working, otherwise they are going
to be facing the Unemployment Lines come this Fall.