Then this is actually a law that will be heeded. Not because it's law, but because breaking it is not profitable.
You yourself have now replied thrice in this thread, and yet can not point at a single thing, Sanders would do differently from Chavez... Figures...
I very much doubt Bernie Sanders will re-write the U.S. Constitution to keep himself in power indefinitely. As his age, he'll probably keel over a month into office like President William Harrison.
And yet, not one was willing (or able?) to offer a single policy difference.
Probably because no one knows and/or cares about Chavez and/or his policies? You might have better luck in asking where Chavez is located on a world map. Oh, wait. This is America. You better not.
Why do you deserve more money simply for the fact that you have been doing the same thing longer than everybody else?
That doesn't apply to CEOs. I worked for a Fortune 500 company where the CEO laid off 10% of the workforce, got a 60% raise for a lousy fiscal year, and bought a new yacht to keep up with his peers.
There is a witty "Uranus" reply due now, but I'm not feeling too well today. Any takers?
Every corporation can play that game. Everyone has someone else to blame for any atrocity, nobody is accountable, neither morally nor legally. That's why the system works: Intelligence without consciousness.
A good supervisor can step on your toes without messing up your shine.