Friday, September 21, 2012

Hey, that's how a corporate raider does it

But, of course, such performance goals met:
Mitt Romney’s campaign handed out $112,500 in bonuses to four of its top staffers, according to new disclosure records filed Thursday. Richard Beeson, Romney’s national political director, received a $37,500 payment on Aug. 31, in addition to his monthly salary of $13,750, according to records filed with the Federal Election Commission. In addition, campaign manager Matt Rhoades, policy advisor Lanhee Chen and communications director Gail Gitcho each received $25,000 payments on the same date, filings show. The trio are also paid at the same rate as Beeson, which works out to an annual equivalent of $165,000.
Meanwhile, this businessman who thinks he is superqualified because of his business background suddenly has a lot less money to spend then he thought for the rest of the campaign.


Aaron said...

works out to an annual equivalent of $165,000 a nice "middle class" job.
Sweet biscuits I hate these assholes.

pansypoo said...

RETENTION bpnuses.

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