Fair use and 'cival' servants
So, I'm listening to music on my stereo and thoughts are running through my head about the whole recession thing that the Radio insists is now over, "we're not safe yet, but we might be". Some good thoughts and some still annoying me. Such as; am I alone in my distaste for our public servants that take unfair advantage in such way that makes you think that if they didn't stretch the system that they'll be punished? Fair usage comes to mind. I wonder if there should be a fair usage meter reading in the public servants wage packets (same for Doctors, Nurses, Teachers and so on). Take for example a public servant teacher: She gets pregnant and returns to work for a few days before the summer holidays - just so she can take maximum advantage - it's well know to be regularly done and widely discussed in PTA meetings. But where's the fairness?
Is it too much to ask that after all the suffering and all the sacrifices that some of our fellow citizen obscenities would been put to rest. Is it too much to ask that the injustices and the in your face swindling that was rife in the boom times would have been stopped. Or in the case of our beleaguered politicians can they not do what is right rather than what is politically required.
Leadership is not just for the Taoiseach or the CEO. Leadership is the responsibility of all citizens Doctors, Nurses, Teachers and so on.
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