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With Each Ohio Citizen Owing Gov’t Workers $6150, Union Bosses Urge A Return To Cannibalism

by Labor Union Report on October 24, 2011

in Government Employee Unions, Pensions, Pro Worker Legislation, State and Local, State Legislation, Union Politics and Transparency

Red State

Given that just a few short years ago (pre-market meltdown) Ohio’s taxpayers were on the hook for $46.5 billion due to its underfunded retirement system, one would think that November 8th’s decision to Vote YES on Issue 2 would be a no brainer.

After all, if you’ve got a system where union bosses have been able to put every single Ohio citizen (now) $6150 in debtwhy would you want to keep it?

Moreover, if you’ve successfully ridden yourself of the system, why would you want to return to it?

Yet, that’s the issue that Ohioans have to decide when they go to the polls on November 8th to vote on Issue 2Do Ohio’s taxpayers really want to dive back into the soup bowl only to serve themselves up to union bosses (again)?

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