We currently see political drumbeating promoting programs costing staggering sums of money. This question does not advocate a Telephone Number List discussion of the right and wrong of the programs but a discussion of how it is paid. The same discussion should have been present in the UAW, GM contract meetings when discussing the demands of the union and the position of GM. Just as current discussions ignore this Telephone Number List subject in meetings, the former discussions ignored the simple formula that if you want to continue to operate expenses cannot exceed income. There are Telephone Number List many proposals that continue to drain resources from a future America in excess of its ability to provide.
Now it is time to place GM and the UAW in front of the Mirror of Truth to see if any truths arise from their history. History teaches Telephone Number List us that events occur based on a series of steps leading to a result. We have Telephone Number List discussed the events allowed to exist leading to the GM bankruptcy. The US Congress should serve as Management for the shareholders of the US, its citizens. Their role is to assure we do not spend more than we Telephone Number List have as income. The management of the country makes sure we meet current obligations of today and of tomorrow. Our Management must serve as check Telephone Number List and balance against excessive spending.
Currently the Presidential Administration assumes the role of the UAW, putting forth contracts, and then negotiating terms to Telephone Number List expand benefits for its members. The reasoning stated uses the same logic of the UAW in its contract negotiations with GM. "The people just want their fair share. It is only right to increase all the Telephone Number List programs set forth to benefit the members regardless of the cost, regardless of the deficit hole it leaves the country for years in the future. It's only right; it's only fair that Telephone Number List all share in the wealth of the country and that all are provided equal benefits.