Cal Thomas | Syndicated columnist | Wednesday, March 13, 2002
Is this something government should be doing? Who will define these things? Some liberals think that CEO's should be limited in what they can earn. Is that the business of government and, if it is, who decides? And who decides what is bogus and what is not. Some liberals think anything over a certain amount is bogus.
I'm all for the Securities and Exchange Commission fixing the loopholes in the law that keep employees from selling their stock while management unloads theirs, but I'm uncomfortable when government gets to decide who is making too much money. I'm Cal Thomas in Washington.