|Quoting NIKV69 (Reply 107):|
On the other hand, Marx argued that socioeconomic change occurred through organized revolutionary action. On this model, capitalism will end through the organized actions of an international working class
From how you are tallking sounds pretty convincing.
I guess you missed the part, Nicholas, where I said this:
|Quoting DavestanKSAN (Reply 91):|
In a perfect world, I would like tax breaks for all and fiscally speaking, I see myself sometimes disagreeing with aspects of liberalism, such as increasing taxing on the upper percent of the society.
But keep on throwing out wild accusations, it's quite entertaining.
Cool, thanks for digging up the link. I appreciate it, sir. However, that bill isn't exactly this:
|Quoting NIKV69 (Reply 95):|
In a speech when he said he would go after CEOs because they make too much money.
That bill states,
GENERAL- Any proxy or consent or authorization for an annual or other meeting of the shareholders occurring on or after January 1, 2009, shall permit a separate shareholder vote to approve the compensation of executives as disclosed pursuant to the Commission's compensation disclosure rules (which disclosure shall include the compensation discussion and analysis, the compensation tables, and any related material). The shareholder vote shall not be binding on the board of directors and shall not be construed as overruling a decision by such board, nor to create or imply any additional fiduciary duty by such board, nor shall such vote be construed to restrict or limit the ability of shareholders to make proposals for inclusion in such proxy materials related to executive compensation."
'(2) SHAREHOLDER APPROVAL OF
GOLDEN PARACHUTE COMPENSATION-
'(A) DISCLOSURE- In any proxy solicitation material for an annual or other meeting of the shareholders occurring on or after January 1, 2009, that concerns an acquisition, merger, consolidation, or proposed sale or other disposition of substantially all the assets of an issuer, the person making such solicitation shall disclose in the proxy solicitation material, in a clear and simple form in accordance with regulations of the Commission, any agreements or understandings that such person has with any principal executive officers of such issuer (or of the acquiring issuer, if such issuer is not the acquiring issuer) concerning any type of compensation (whether present, deferred, or contingent) that are based on or otherwise relate to the acquisition, merger, consolidation, sale, or other disposition, and that have not been subject to a shareholder vote under paragraph (1).
'(B) SHAREHOLDER APPROVAL- The proxy solicitation material containing the disclosure required by subparagraph (A) shall require a separate shareholder vote to approve such agreements or understandings. A vote by the shareholders shall not be binding on the board of directors and shall not be construed as overruling a decision by such board, nor to create or imply any additional fiduciary duty by such board, nor shall such vote be construed to restrict or limit the ability of shareholders to make proposals for inclusion in such proxy materials related to executive compensation.'.
I see nothing in there that shows that Sen. Obama will "go after CEO's."
Only if you don't want to know them. Sen. Obama's stances are easy to find. Please see:
|Quoting Allstarflyer (Reply 113):|
That's all fine and good, but, like said, Obama needs to offer more substance about the hope he offers instead of a lot of wishful thinking.
And he does. Again, the information is widely available to anyone.
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