reparava no sorriso das vacas

“Finalmente falou”, por Manuel António Pina.

5 pensamentos sobre “reparava no sorriso das vacas

  1. Euro2cent

    Ricardo, perdoe o off-topic, mas deixo-vos aqui uma leitura:

    http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/2011/09/man-works-1-day-for-chicago-goes-on.html : Man Works 1 Day for Chicago, Goes on Extended Leave for 15 Years, Gets $158,000 Annual Public Pension at Taxpayer Expense, Now Working for Hedge Fund

    Isto é Chicago, onde estas coisas de reformas de luxo aos 50 anos como cá em Portugal se fazem mais à vontade. Noutros sítios cuidam mais das aparências e da reputação. Mas, mas, mas …

  2. Euro2cent

    Pois é, e não é só por aí. Esse artigo do MiSh foi também chapado aqui http://www.businessinsider.com/dennis-gannon-chicago-labor-pension-2011-9 , e se me perdoa, em vez de só apontar, copio aqui o comentário do ‘black swan’, que é de antologia:

    “””
    Gannon’s corrupt pension is not a gift, it is most likely a payoff from some entity, or entities, for favors granted by Gannon when he was in positions to grant such favors. Bill Clinton has received over forty million dollars since he has left office. What is Clinton producing that pays that kind of money? Clinton is being paid for things he did for the “right people”, when he was in office, like signing the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and the Commodities Futures Modernization Act of 2000. The “right people” made trillions of dollars because of Clinton’s signatures on those two bills.

    We are being told that Obama made close to eight million dollars, over the last couple of years, by selling his books. Do any or you people know anyone who actually bought Obama’s books? So then who did buy all those books? I’ll bet Goldman Sachs has a whole library full of them.

    Then there is Dick Cheney, who, as Secretary of Defense, granted Halliburton many lucrative no-bid contracts. When Cheney, a man who had only worked in the public sector, left the Defense job, he immediately became the CEO of Halliburton. As Halliburton CEO, he ran the company into bankruptcy when he fulfilled a promise to the Bush family and had Halliburton buy asbestos lawsuit crippled Dresser Industries in 1998 for $7.7 billion. George H. W. Bush worked for Dresser Industries from 1948–1951, and his father, Prescott, was a director of the company. All of Halliburton’s problems magically went away when Cheney become US Vice President under the second President Bush. Halliburton had received a no-bid contract to build the prison at Guantanamo Bay, and after 9/11, Halliburton received enough no-bid contracts to see its profits rise over 600%. When Cheney left the US Vice President job, he had a net worth of $90 million.
    “””

    E nós, por cá, vamos sendo regalados com os sorrisos das vacas, porque não há zanga de comadres que chegue para fazer saltar as verdades cá para fora. E mesmo quando saltam, assobiam todos para o lado …

  3. bob

    Então e o PR Jorge Sampaio não devia também ter dito algo (afinal já haviam por aí profetas da desgraça), ou as dividas só apareceram em 2008?

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