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You can insult a man, tell a woman she's putting on weight or remind the arresting officer that you've got his number and you pay his salary and maybe get away with it. But mess with a federal workers' paycheck and Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you've got a very Uncivil Servant by the tail.
Most federal workers are probably fed up with politicians and media personalities who are complaining about federal pay, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's heard from one who says he's ashamed of his colleagues whining about pay.
Paul Rowson, Managing Director for the D.C. office of the HR group World at Work, responds to a Forbes editorial calling for a 10-percent federal pay cut.
Forget about a federal pay freeze. Why don't we cut to the chase and simply cut federal salaries? While it may be a popular idea, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says this one requires a little more thought.