How about that $700,000 "stress reduction conference" for Social Security managers?

$700k for a getaway at the Phoenix Biltmore resort to teach SSA 700 managers to "reduce stress"... Is this a good thing while 0bama trashes companies for doing Vegas trips?

Asked By: Jimmbbo - 7/18/2009
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Why are you mocking these wonderful bureaucrats of the Social Security Administration? Look, their Hero was recently sentence to 185 years at a plush retirement village for doing exactly what they have been doing for the last 70 years... More
Answered By: Colleen C - 7/18/2009
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it is only good for this administration, our tax money at work-ha
Answered By: crusader - 7/18/2009
i sure hope it helps them to sign the papers for my friend who has been battling cancer and is still waiting for 2 years now for her disability.
Answered By: eir - 7/18/2009
They should hire me, I could use some stress reduction.
Answered By: Alina - 7/18/2009
Stress reduction so they can feel good about taking all your tax money, Jimmbbo you billionaire who keeps America afloat.
Answered By: Hellina - 7/18/2009
Well if you dare try and regulate bonuses or things similar to this, the conservatives riot and declare, "GOVERNMENT TAKEOVER! SOCIALISM! HE'S CONTROLLING US!" So you're damned if you do, damned if you don't.
Answered By: Cody - 7/18/2009
What is strange is that no one will be even remotely shocked at that, that is just how completely out of control this countries spending is.
Answered By: Who's sorry now? - 7/18/2009
Sure, Social Security and Medicare are monumental failures and a huge waste ... but don't worry: THIS TIME with Health Care everything's gonna be just fine! (yeah, right)
Answered By: Ellis Wyatt - 7/18/2009
$1,000 per person for useful training is far different than the extravagant costs that executives rack up to go to vegas. The bank executives that go to Vegas spend more than that on prostitutes and they charge those bills as part of their business expenses.
Answered By: TC - 7/18/2009
First of all, Obama doesn't trash companies for jun kits to Vegas. He just doesn't want corporations, that take federal bailout money, to use that money for jun kits. And I agree. Now, as for the Biltmore trip. Bad idea during this time of record deficit spending. Pisses me off.
Answered By: Turovtsin - 7/18/2009
How about a $700,000 stress reduction package for people that is trying to live on a social security check If Lyndon Johnson had not put social security money into the general fund it would probably be one of the richest funds in the world. O yea, Obama Hussien is going to take care of us until we are 80 years old then... More
Answered By: poke_kee - 7/18/2009
Just more proof of how they all talk out of both sides of their mouths. ALL A BUNCH OF LIARS.
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