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Here are one instance in which a goverment took taxpayer money illegally and one instance in which (another) government got taxpayer money by mistake.
Apparently, in neither case do the governments involved have to give it back.
Posted by Craig on 05:49:00 AM in Current Affairs
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Seriously, we should bring back the stocks and public humiliation, especially rotten vegetables. In addition, we need laws that allow a vote by the appropriate citizenry on whether or not any involved individuals should have their pensions revoked and/or be fired from their jobs.
I'm now in favor of having *all* public compensation negotiated with the public, and allowing the public to roll back compensation that appears to be out of line. If you want to work for tax dollars, you should take some chances.
I still favor a lifetime limit [including those like myself who work in public universities] of 20 years of getting any non-Social Security remuneration from public funds of any type.
August 30, 2010 at 12:25 PM
In Eastlake, OH they took to much in taxes and are fighting to keep the money.
September 01, 2010 at 02:41 AM
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