- Posted October 23, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Final presidential debate: Unanswered questions
Government vs Me
Dear government, no bonuses for you... you didn't make 95% of plan. You weren't profitable. You didn't sell enough stuff to China. Your customer experience score is too low. Should you get fired? Can we afford to fire you? Do we have a better replacement?
You didn't manage your labor costs. Your inventory is not accurate. Your expenses were way too high.... Should I go on?
You don't pay your debt, you increase it. You don't manage your deficit, you increase it. Sounds to me you're not meeting expectations in any metric. Why do you still have a job?
Where is your return on investment (ROI)?
Remember, for most of us workers in the private sector we're expected to meet 95% of plan or we fail? What percent of plan did you make?
Yet, you want to regulate the private sector more? Maybe you should do less regulating and get more advice from them on how to manage an organization.
BTW Government, I have a governement loan. What happens to me if I don't pay my debt? What happens to you when you don't pay yours?