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Rebel Eichelberger

The get rich for-profit sector. That's rich, pardon the pun. How about the get rich non-profit sector? You know, the one where you don't give your employees raises, but you take them, and cite "financial reasons" while your non-profit makes a $50,000-$200,000 profit a year. And then you let employees go citing "financial reasons" and then less than a month later you take your whole staff (What's left of them) to Floria for a staff retreat on the beach. But you're set for life right? With your $500/month rent payments that are never recorded as income, your $500/month retirement contribtions in addition to regular retirement contribtions. Oh, and let's not forget the company paid life insurance policies that only benefit your wife. But those little details are not reported to the BOD, they're just buried in a Financial statement no Board member dare question, or they're off the BOD. Some day, you'll have to answer to your maker on how you treated people, how you lied and stole, and how you climbed on employees backs to get you where you are. I hope it was worth it. And yet you profess yourself to be a Democrat/Progessive. The Bush's would be proud of you.

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