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The Issues You Don't Talk About Cafe Message Board The Issues You Don't Talk About Cafe Discussion Forum › Is the purpose of a CEO(like Republican Romney) is to make a profit for them

Is the purpose of a CEO(like Republican Romney) is to make a profit for themselves and investors or give American jobs?

Larry H.
larryhaney2000
East Saint Louis, IL
Post #: 438
Robert, The fact that you can not hide is that CEO's like Republican Romney jobs was not to give jobs to Americans and help our economy. CEO's job like Republican Romney is to make as much money for himself and his investors no matter how much he hurt Americans and our economy.
Robert G.
user 4581499
Ballwin, MO
Post #: 850
Robert, The fact that you can not hide is that CEO's like Republican Romney jobs was not to give jobs to Americans and help our economy. CEO's job like Republican Romney is to make as much money for himself and his investors no matter how much he hurt Americans and our economy.

Again, how was his actions any different from a Democratic CEO? NOT A BIT!
Larry H.
larryhaney2000
East Saint Louis, IL
Post #: 440
Robert, You mean you really do not know that the Democrats are trying to increase min wage, get medical for the working poor and make the supper rich (like Republican Romney) pay at least the same tax rate that the middle class pays?

Now back to what you are trying to cover up. The job of CEO's like Republican Romney is not to give jobs to Americans or help our economy. It is to do what ever it is so CEO's and investors can get richer no matter how much they hurt Americans and our economy.
Robert G.
user 4581499
Ballwin, MO
Post #: 852
Robert, You mean you really do not know that the Democrats are trying to increase min wage, get medical for the working poor and make the supper rich (like Republican Romney) pay at least the same tax rate that the middle class pays?

Now back to what you are trying to cover up. The job of CEO's like Republican Romney is not to give jobs to Americans or help our economy. It is to do what ever it is so CEO's and investors can get richer no matter how much they hurt Americans and our economy.

I have to appologize in advance that I am going to use facts however, here is a list of Democratic CEO who supported Obama. Look at the company names and honestly tell me that all of them pay well above minimum wage (livable wage). HINT: McDonald's and Walmart are on the list.

Retail CEOs Who Supported Barack Obama in the 2008 Presidential Election:

• Michael L. Ainslie, CEO of Sotheby’s 1984-94
• Arthur Blank, Co-founder of Home Depot
• Maxine Clark, CEO of Build-a-Bear Workshop
• Michael Eisner, CEO of Disney, 1984-2005
• Alan Feldman, CEO of Midas
• Bill Gates, Co-founder of Microsoft
• Stephen F. Gates, Former EVP Conoco-Phillips
• Jack M. Greenberg, CEO of McDonald’s 1998-2002
• Lawrence V. Jackson, Wal-Mart Executive
• Sidney Kimmel, CEO of Jones Apparel Group, 1975-2002
• James Kimsey, AOL’s founding CEO
• Philip Marineau, CEO of Levi Strauss, 1999-2006
• Norman S. Matthews, President and COO of Federated, 1987-88
• Thomas J. Meredith, CFO of Dell, 1992-2000
• George MrKonic, Jr., Former President of Borders
• Craig Newmark, Founder Craigslist
• Paul Orfalea, founder of Kinko’s
• Dan Rosensweig, COO of Yahoo, 2002-2007
• Howard Schultz, founder of Starbucks
• Terry Semel, CEO of Yahoo, 2001-2007
• James Sinegal, CEO of Costco
• Tom Stemberg, Founder and CEO of Staples, Inc.
• Marvin Traub, CEO of Bloomingdale’s, 1978-1992
• George Zimmer, founder and CEO of Men’s Wearhouse
Larry H.
larryhaney2000
East Saint Louis, IL
Post #: 442
Robert, None of what you post has proven that I am wrong when I said that the job of a CEO like Republican Romney is to make as much money for himself and his investors no matter how much he hurts Americans and our economy. A CEO like Republican Romney job is not to give jobs to Americans.
Robert G.
user 4581499
Ballwin, MO
Post #: 854
Robert, None of what you post has proven that I am wrong when I said that the job of a CEO like Republican Romney is to make as much money for himself and his investors no matter how much he hurts Americans and our economy. A CEO like Republican Romney job is not to give jobs to Americans.

How is that different from a Democratic CEO? Don't skirt the question, just answer it.
Larry H.
larryhaney2000
East Saint Louis, IL
Post #: 445
Robert, You have not posted any thing that prove that my post is not true. That the job of CEO's like Republican Romney is to make money for himself and his investors no matter how many Americans he hurt or how much he hurts our economy.

Obama and Democtrats are wanting to change this.
Robert G.
user 4581499
Ballwin, MO
Post #: 868
"Lincoln was not great becuase he was born in a log cabin, but because he got out of it."

~ James Truslow Adams
Historian
Larry H.
larryhaney2000
East Saint Louis, IL
Post #: 462
Robert, So what does this have to do with the post. Is the purpose of a CEO (like Republican Romney) is to make a profit for themselves and investors or give American Jobs?
Robert G.
user 4581499
Ballwin, MO
Post #: 874
Robert, So what does this have to do with the post. Is the purpose of a CEO (like Republican Romney) is to make a profit for themselves and investors or give American Jobs?

Plenty, you waller in self pity and think because someone else made it you and your friends can't. It is not where you start, it is where you finish.

Victims

"Self pity is not our worst enemy, and if we yield to it, we can never do anything wise in the world."

~Helen Keller
1880-1968, Blind and Deaf Educator



Read "Think and Grow Rich" by Napolean Hill -- a timeless classic.

If all you think about is being poor, you always will be -- a self fulfilled prophecy.

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