Townhall: At the Mercy of Politicians

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Over at Townhall, the focus shines on Cincinnati — and Detroit. Can the former avoid the ignominy of the latter?

Click on over to the column by Paul Jacob; come back here for more reading. You know, do your due diligence as an informed citizen:

2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Nov
    4
    10:44
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    Rick

    taxpayers are expected to just roll over and accept that “promises were made”…but they were made by crooked politicians, using impossible investment return assumptions, paying out WAAAAY more than they could ever possibly earn on teh pension portfolio but, oops, they made a few mistakes and the taxpayer MUST make up the difference! remember, you made a promise, ;-) ;-)

  2. Nov
    4
    10:46
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    Rick

    meant to post up this website which has been covering the rip-off the pensions funds have been committing for years.

    http://www.pensiontsunami.com/

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