Thursday, May 18, 2006

Students, staff, lawmakers demand answers in executive pay flap


By MICHELLE LOCKE, Associated Press Writer
Thursday, May 18, 2006

(05-18) 10:22 PDT San Francisco (AP) --

University of California President Robert C. Dynes faced tough questions on his role in approving millions of dollars in perks quietly doled out to top executives.

Regents met behind closed doors to discuss the compensation issues with Dynes on Wednesday afternoon, and was expected to make a statement about Dynes' future Thursday. UC Board of Regents Chairman Gerald Parsky characterized the embattled president's responses as "very forthcoming and sincere."

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Gerald Parsky characterized the embattled president's responses as "very forthcoming and sincere."

Yeah, right.
 
Forthcoming and sincere...like Ken Lay? Yea right! Is this like "fair and balanced?" These white collar criminals don't miss a trick. When all else fails, pretend you just didn't know. Feign a little outrage and let a few tears well up in your eyes while you're at it. Then get a few of your political cronies to come to your defense, like those regents and legislators still trying to rationalize Dyne's abject failure as a leader and a person of conscience. Where's the shame we ask? Arrogance knows no shame. So will Dynes get off? Probably.
 
So this is how they spend my son's tuition money at UC.
 
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