Federal Employees (With the exception of some in the military) make the worst leaders. I found the best ones came from smaller school;s and learned the rope from books and real life...Something a lifetime bureaucrat never experiences. They just follow a road-map, back-stab and keep their nose clean...aka don't get caught.
I learned my skills from a small collage and real life...Something this Jackass has never experience. Also, learning consensus from a politician is called a Lie!
PS...I've dealt with the NRC...They can teach Jesse Jackson how to hustle....
posted on 09/19/2010 7:32:13 AM PDT
(Lets get dangerous)
As a reasonably new federal employee (3 years) I totally concur. I spend 20 years owning two businesses, another 6 teaching and consulting then went to work for the government since I finally got around to having a family. A job came up and I was recommended for it and thought why not, the pay was right and I would not have to dip into my investments in order to have regular 8-5 type work so I would be home for the kiddos.
There are days I see things that make me pull my hair out and I have even left the building for a couple of hours to cool off...
Then I remind myself that the “people” elect the folks who make the rules (can't fire, spend whatever, work my butt off to make up for 10 who don't, travel regulations yada yada yada...) so they get what they expect and I should expect same until something changes and I get back at it.
posted on 09/19/2010 7:48:31 AM PDT
(8/30/10, the day Truth won.)
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