I agree with "sillygirl". It is his job. If he think the paycheck is too small then he should quit long time ago. Maybe it is the perks that comes with the job or kickback that make him stay. If he had not short charging the public or have not so cosy relationship with Govt, the plant will be better built and today problem will not be as great. I hope people who comment here understand what is "responsibility". The guys in the plants trying to seal the leak probably earn much less, but they are doing things that no one dare to do. They understand what is "responsibilities".
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