The question has been answered, just not what some want to hear-read.
KauaiTurtle wrote:((Show me where the government is imposing restrictions on profits))They aren't, yet. However, it appears that there are plenty of liberals who feel it's necessary. Funny how those small business owners like your husband feel that THEY do a good job with their employees but NOBOBY else does. Like I said, there are many hundreds of well run small, medium, and large companies in America. Who are you (general you) or anyone else to dictate how much profit an owner of a company is allowed to take? If employees are unhappy in their work place, they will leave. A badly managed company does not stay in business for long.I noticed you mentioned oil company CEOs but no mention of Obama's pal, GE CEO Geoffrey Immelt. His company raked in billions! He donated heavily to Obama's campaign. GE didn't pay a dime in Federal income tax. And what does Obama do? Appoints his buddy to run the jobs panel...just as GE ships jobs overseas. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/21/obama-picks-jeffrey-immel-ge-jobs-overseas_n_812502.htmlI would LOVE to hear what you would like to do about the "rich getting richer" problem in America. Do you think the government should limit profits of companies? Do you think raising corporate taxes is the answer? Or will it just cause more companies to close shop in America and move elsewhere? How much is too much money to make? Do you really want the government getting involved in private business?e
Right there in the SECOND sentence.
No the government hasn't attempted to regulate CEO type salaries or bonuses that I know of.
Under the last administration it did regulate people making