Tuesday, August 31, 2004

I find it hard

to understand why folks feel that a CEO who moves jobs overseas should be penalized by some legal action, some new regulatory measure. There is only one reason for a business to exist: the generation of cash in the form of profit. Anyone who does not wish to make money should engage in a hobby, but not a business. If a CEO makes his company profitable, using law abiding means and methods, he is entitled to name his compensation. If you, the consumer, do not like his law abiding means and methods, do not buy his product. It's really that simple. If you are employed by a CEO whom you do not respect, you have the option of working elsewhere. It's really that simple.

Monday, August 30, 2004


in the course of their lives do Republicans feel such horrendous fears? Fears that propel them to seek simplistic solutions to the fact that the world is complex. This world is too onerous for them, so they retreat.
While I watch them conventionize in New York, I wonder how many of them can't even stand the complexity of being a Republican conventioneer, and head to the mens' room to have relief-sex with the like-afflicted?