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  • flyininmytaxi flyininmytaxi Nov 22, 2012 11:40 AM Flag

    Chicago mobsters are nicely ensconced in DC running the country (into the ground)

    State and local government unfunded pension liablilites are major problem nationwide. A recent JP Morgan study put unfunded pension liabilities for states and cities at 3.9 trillion dollars. Why, because governments have not kept up with the proper funding. Why, because in one state for example a republican governor used what was suppose to go into the fund for tax cuts and delayed and cut the proper funding for some time. The job creator stuff is a fantasy, the not proper funding of pension funds is a reality, a reality that now is out of control with no real solution in sight. Wall street and both republicans and democrats have really screwed things up, not your mobster tales in chicago. Anything any of those you specifically mentioned did is pennies compared the nationwide disaster wall street and stupid greedy state administrations did that contributed to this problem.

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    • Chicago is just among the worst -Illinois is the worst and the Governor there cannot make a move without Rahm and Barack approval and oh yea I forgot Durbin - we have new prisons in Illinois that have never been used? Same think is happening at the national level - via Reid and Pelosi politics.

 
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