Republican/Democrats/Libertarian How much money does a person need to do there Job!
Sinpac 2012/07/07 16:56:59
There are 535 members in Congress 435 in the house and 100 in the senate.
So my question is how much money do these NO WORK Mother F-er's need to start doing there jobs. Not for there parties, not for the bribes they took from corporations, but for the people who gave them the jobs to start with. So at 175k a year per member there are 535 members so that's $93,625,000.00 + Insurance + bribes
Here are a few bonuses that come with the job above their pay!
Comfortable salaries that are often determined through legislative sleight-of-hand and are at its highest ever.
Pension benefits that are two to three times more generous than those
offered in the private sector for similarly-salaried executives.
Congressional pensions are also inflation-protected, a feature that fewer than 1 in 10 private plans offer.
Health and life insurance, approximately 3/4 and 1/3 of whose costs, respectively, are subsidized by taxpayers.
Wheeled perks, including limousines for senior Members, prized parking
spaces on Capitol Hill, and choice spots at Washington's two major
Travel to far-flung destinations as well as to home states and
districts. Despite recent attempts to toughen gift and travel rules,
"junkets" are still readily available prerogatives for many Members.
A wide range of smaller perks that have defied reform efforts, from cut-rate health clubs to fine furnishings.
The franking privilege, which gives lawmakers millions in tax dollars to create a favorable public image.
An office staff that performs "constituent services" and doles out
pork-barrel money to interest groups, private business and a multitude
Tax exemptions and immunities from tax, pension, and other laws that
burden private citizens -- all crafted by lawmakers themselves.
Those are your Public Servants hard at work!
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