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    Params: post, 357763, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";s:20:"JBlood, post: 357760";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:30:"[quote="JBlood, post: 357760"]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:994:"First, ask yourself WHY the state is in debt. It isn't because of the hired help. It's a part of the world-wide financial collapse. Second, people should have the right to collectively bargain. Things were not so rosy in the 1800s. 3rd, if you believe that in order to compete with the rest of the world, American corporations (and government) have to lower wages, cut health care costs, and cut retirement benefits by shifting them to the employee, explain this: How is the average worker supposed to buy food, pay rent (not a mortgage, that is impossible on 10-15 dollars/hr), pay for health care, have a family, and save money for retirement? Either the private sector pays wages that allow for the worker to care for himself; or the government does. The alternative is revolution. Workers need to be economically independent and not wards of the state. But you can't be economically independent on $15/hour. Our economy is doomed if well paying jobs are a thing of the past.";}}i:1;s:712:" Yeah, but JBlood, that's the point. We live in a country where you can choose where to work, competition. If the government isn't offering you enough money to work for them, then you find a job elsewhere. Not to mention the fact that even with the reduction in pensions, it will still be better than a 401K plan. Of course it's the Feds fault all the states are bankrupt, but unfortunately, the states still have to run themselves and can only control their own situations. Correct me if I'm wrong, but if something doesn't happen with cuts in spending, more government layoffs are imminent. It sucks that they have to do it, but if it were me, I'd rather take a slight pay cut than lose my job all together.";}, 1458829234, 1464611854
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    Params: post, 357764, a:1:{i:0;s:624:"Let's face it, there is less money to go around then there used to be. Deep cuts have to be made in the public sector, just as there has been the last few years in the private sector. The problem is, no one wants to be at the receiving end of these cuts and they will howl loud and long if they are. My property taxes have gone up 75% in the last eight years. My salary and benies have been severely chopped the last several years. Bargain - schmargin. I sure am not one to say go ahead and raise my taxes to continue funding public sector jobs as they currently are and side with the public workers crying fowl right now.";}, 1458829234, 1464611854
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    Params: post, 357766, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";s:20:"Murgen, post: 357751";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:30:"[quote="Murgen, post: 357751"]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:912:"My dad was a teacher/Vice Principle in the State of Wisconsin in the 60-70s's and his pension pay is crazy good. He's making more form the State of Wisconsin plus SS now then he did when he was working. He's making over 6 figures in retirement!! He loves the State of Wisconsin teacher retirement fund!! Granted, the pension fund he is in was shut down in the 80's cause they realized how much $$ it would cost the state later. So he lucked out kind of. There is also a COLA he gets each year of 3% (although if you factor in gas/food cost of living is closer to 10%). When he dies, the payments transfer to my mother! No, I'm not kidding you! The pensions are still pretty good. Which is why your seeing those people protest. They don't want to lose what they have. What they really should be protesting is Wall Street which created the economic mess that is causing all the states to have budget shortfalls.";}}i:1;s:1671:" Due respect to your dad, but it's ridiculous to have that kind of pension system. I get they realized early on that type of system was insolvent, but there is absolutely NO reason why government union workers should receive a pension funded by tax payers. Working for the government doesn't make them special, and they shouldn't be treated as such. As for pinning all the blame on wall street, I don't think all the blame should fall there but should be distributed equally among them, the government who coerced Fannie Mae into lowering their lending standards, and the consumers who knowingly bought houses they couldn't afford. The Clinton administration wanted to make it easier for people who couldn't meet normal lending standards to buy homes, so they coerced Fannie Mae to lower their lending standards. They also repealed the Glass-Steagall act, thereby allowing investment and traditional banks to merge. You also had people making $12/hour buy $1Million homes, using those stated income, no money down, interest only loans. Consumers were being just as greedy as traders on wall street, speculating on the continued dramatic increase of property values. There was a perfect, greed driven storm created by the government and perpetrated by investors and consumers looking to make an easy buck. The end result is the crisis we have today. Something else to consider, as it pertains to government deficits, is many local and state governments made these pension deals when times were good, never taking into account what could happen if times were bad. It's classic mismanagement, which is why you see so many cities having problems today.";}, 1458829234, 1464611854
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    Params: post, 357768, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";s:25:"SpartaChris, post: 357765";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:35:"[quote="SpartaChris, post: 357765"]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:197:"Furthermore, how can you justify retiring at 50 with a tax-payer funded pension while your neighbor, who makes less than you do, has to work until he's 75 and has to provide for his own retirement?";}}i:1;s:1125:" Well, that's a falasy--state employees do not make more than private employees. DISCLAIMER: I am a state employee (UW), NOT union. The benefits of state employment are good. The straight pay (salary) isn't. I laughed at the first salary offer that was made to me--I could have gotten much more elsewhere and $12,000 more than the offer I ended up accepting. That is not a made up number, that is the number I received from a competing, private-sector job. When state benefits + public salary are compared to private benefits + private salary, ergo 'total compensation,' it's not so out of whack. Depending on what numbers you read, the state ends up as "right about average" to "slightly below average." Specifically about teachers, they're the ones that will get hurt the worst. My job easily translates to the private sector and I can leave (relatively easily) if this adjustment hurts me bad enough. A teacher's job does not and they cannot leave so easily. I greatly fear teachers leaving the state for a state that does pay better and fewer college students becoming teachers, leading to a teacher shortage.";}, 1458829234, 1464611854
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    Params: post, 357769, a:2:{i:0;s:399:"This was drawn by a liberal cartoonist (Phil Hands) in the Wisconsin State Journal, as I understand it. It rather sums it up for a lot of the people out here who are buying their own health care and planning for their own retirement. When teachers lose a guy like this, and lose public opinion (polling is starting to come out), maybe they need to think things through a little more - just sayin': ";i:1;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:3:"img";s:6:"option";N;s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:5:"[IMG]";i:1;s:6:"[/IMG]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:90:"http://disruptthenarrative.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/4d6065b3cfb45-image.jpg?w=468&h=344";}}}, 1458829234, 1464611854
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