Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Critics ask: when is it time to turn the page on Alcoa? | NCPR News

    If it was my job, I'd want the state to spend whatever it takes, but fact is most of us wouldn't get that kind of consideration in our jobs or business.

     However, no one dares suggest Darwinian economics is a good thing...It's all about jobs, jobs, jobs.

Critics ask: when is it time to turn the page on Alcoa? | NCPR News

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

If it was all about jobs, then our Gov would tell Alcoa that they get the money but they have to lower everybody's pay to $15- per hour and staff at the same weekly gross payroll as they are paying now.
that would make jobs, jobs, jobs.

as is, just union pandering.

Anonymous said...

Fu-- ALco and Cuomo and Ritchie.. Enough is enough. The critics are correct.. I only included Ritchie be cause she just recently took credit for the negotiations with ALco when we all knew she was without any say..
I noticed the SLC board of legislators threw Mr Lightfoot and Mr. Acres under the bus because of their actions for the last year. This is the board that has been so vocal for the last few years to vote Republican and they would do better when in fact the Republican controlled board is sinking further into debt.. The biggest reasons are people like Mr Acres feel they know best how to run business. Mr Damms from Gouverneur knows little or nothing but how to spew hot air and insults at everyone.. A man making over seventy thousand from and pension and another 20,ooo on social security shouldnt be running people down let laone condemm the good people of DOSS doing their job.

Anonymous said...

No. Don't turn the page on Alcoa until we see what they get in 3 years not to leave after 3.5 years.

As the serfs did in middle ages, till the soil and give what they take from you. Perhaps a tuber remains to fill thy gullet after the lords have left.