Just a few hints,
Shown below are the current annual salaries for the top elected and appointed US government officials, along with the annual salaries for these officials in 2000 or 2001.
President of the United States
Note: The president's salary was increased from $200,000 to $400,000 in 2001. The president's current salary of $400,000 includes a $50,000 expense allowance.
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Speaker of the House
House and Senate Majority and Minority Leaders
Note: Last salary increase for Members of Congress came in 2009.
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Chief Justice of the United States
Associate Justices of the Supreme Court
US Courts of Appeals Judges
Federal District Judges
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I think 400,000 is pretty fair for running the entire USA.
The nation is poor because the heads of corporations take out millions upon millions of dollars, which are supplemented by higher product costs for consumers.
President of the United States
Walmart CEO Michael Duke's - $35 million annual salary.
Which job would you prefer?
Those salaries are low. That's probably why we can't get any really, really smart people in there, only the lackies of the guys making the real money.
The reason the founding father's were what they were is because they WERE the smartest guys out there, or at least of that calibre. Now we get people who dream of power growing up, study it, want to go into politics.
The last person you want in power is the person who wants to be in power.
The price for making billions in America should be you have to serve the country for a term in Congress or as president/cabinet for free.
You think govt salaries are the reason the U.S. is broke?? check out the military spending at over $1 trillion per year, on top of that bank bailouts have topped 1 trillion as well.
"The price for making billions in America should be you have to serve the country for a term in Congress or as president/cabinet for free."
I thought that was already the reward
If one runs for President based on salary, they need serious psychiatric help.
The only reason to run for office should be the desire to serve the people of this country. Not the lobbyists, not the PAC's, not the party kingmakers. If that is not enough, then don't run.
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