It’s been a year. Does anyone know what and where this has gone?

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Published in: on May 1, 2010 at 6:54 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. This definitely needed to be looked at a little closer and it’s about time – CDQs been around for 18 years and everywhere I look there is still a big divide – handful of people enriching themselves while the majority wallow in poverty. Something is wrong with this picture.

    • The ideas behind CDQs had merit. The reality after 18 years is that everyday people are in the dark about what benefits they truly have gained … or not.
      The method of using corporations to manage the mission and goals attached to this set of ideas has real problems. Stakeholders have little say, actually no say, in the business of the corporations except to vote for their village’s representative and members of the board…
      Then they are stuck with whatever decisions are made with little or no idea of whys and wherefores.
      As law shields many decisions the boards make regarding investments etc and boards may use that law regarding protecting their business information, stakeholders have a heckuva time getting hold of real information to make informed decisions on who is doing what- and therefore who they might really want to vote for…
      Corporate structure is NOT conducive to doing community business…

      • One route is to check with the TAX Forms these corporations file with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) every year with the government of the United States of America. It’s our country’s duty to protect the rights of the citizens of the United States of America in an EQUAL and FAIR manner. When Corporations can keep vital information CONFIDENTIAL,all stops(checks and balances) are usually pulled by those in the know. Stuffing pockets and killing the Salmon in the process. Playing God or JDGAF?

  2. Justice takes a long time especially when so many poor peoples lives are flapping in the wind of the BS given to the government by those with the money to influence regulations.

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