Katie is wrong on this one. The employees were making $45,000 in 2005, which decreased to $35,000 after the first trip through bankruptcy, and with the new proposal (after the second bankrupcty) would be $25,000 with higher out of pocket expenses for insurance and retirement. This is hardly a living wage for a family of four. We need to get our facts straight before sounding off with the same old talking points. I think that through bankruptcy, assets will be sold off and a new company will pick up the pieces. Bain would have done the same thing. This company had a lot more problems than just their employees. We need to take a few moments to consider all the facts before going off half-cocked.