look - enough is enough...
on this board follow it because they want and need
the pulse of the company.
In the past - I have
presented very pertenant questions to you since you
"seemed" to have the inside track.
To date - nada -
I'm thinking that you are a
disgruntled employee - who - frankly - wouldn't be happy if
CCA employed a Golden Goose to push stock above the
Could it be ----- heaven forbid ----
YOU just didn't produce in your job???
mention I seem to remember a post about Colorado doing an
audit - STILL haven't seen the Blue Birds roll past my
house in route to pick those inmates up.
figure out that maybe CCA is changing - produce or
That explanation is identical to what we were
told about Blackstone. My guess is that it is the same
insider who keeps telling us retail investors to kiss
Doc's ass or we will go bankrupt.
Wildwillie: it is kissing Doc's ass that has already
bankrupted us retail investors.
If it were that simple to read and evaluate a
proxy, then we would all agree on everything on this
board. You insult the intelligence of readers of this
board by suggesting that it is easy to evaluate a proxy
simply because it is written in English.
the third proposal we have had in about 8 months
time. With each proposal, we have been told we must
accept it or be faced with bankruptcy and a common stock
worth nothing. If you have been reading this board for
at least 8 months, then you know this is true.
There is no simple decision here. Only a fool would
believe this is simple. I am not saying that this
proposal should succeed or fail. I am only saying that I
would rather have Dreman (and other institutional
holders of the common) make the decision for me. I trust
Dreman to make an intelligent evaluation and to vote in
his own self-interest, which is consistent with the
interests of all common shareholders. If I could easily
transfer my proxy to Dreman, I would do so.
is, the only simple way to give Dreman my proxy is to
I'd rather be wrong than to disenfranchise myself
by "giving away my vote" to the institutions. Money
isn't near as valuable as principles and self-respect.
Bensabia is right--it doesn't take that long to get a
decent understanding of the proxy.
will someone reassure me that this is really
about the company and not another attempt to bail out
the insiders at the expense of the stockholders?
maybe it would be better to let the holders of CCA go
into BK and let the courts and lawyers carve up this
stinking turkey...examining this restructure proposal is
like reading War and Peace in terms of weight and
heft. can someone out there explain it in plain old