CEOs press Congress for retreat from fiscal cliff

  • Article by: JIM SPENCER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 13, 2012 - 8:35 PM

The message is that "they're fed up with inaction" by elected officials to solve the problem.

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wedidntknowNov. 13, 12 9:38 PM

Glad these "greedy fools" are speaking up. It will make your decision easier. Let's go broke! It's what you voted for!! FORWARD!!!!!!!!!

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slobotnikNov. 14, 1212:02 PM

Unreal. I will make a list of all those CEO's and be sure I do not own a shred of the stock in thier companies. Any CEO that would think it is OK to increase borrowing with the kind of debt we have is thinking only for himself and not for the wealfare of our country. How long could YOU borrow 40% of what you spend every month? How long could you last? How screwed would you be when you finally woke up? How painful would the road back to prosperity be? "Bridging the fiscal cliff. What a crock of crap. Once again - kicking the can down the road. Which is why we have this fiscal cliff to begin with. Hear that empty sound? That is the souind of lackof leadership - ANYWHERE within our borders It's not going away. Wake up people. Time to tkae the medicine.

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mspshadowNov. 14, 1212:26 PM

Only CEOs of companies that actually paid taxes should be allowed to comment.

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