Chicago Police Paychecks Bounce

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Isn't Chicago ran by democrats?

This isn’t good. We knew that Chicago, and therefore all of Illinois, is in financial trouble. Their pension debt is twice as bad as second place California which is considered to be terrible and a threat.

Second City Cop tells us today that their paychecks are beginning to be returned for non-sufficient funds:

Chicago Police Paychecks Bounce The Real Revo
 

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That's too bad for the cops, if true.
Not really. The cops and their union have brought a lot of this financial disaster upon themselves. I don't mind seeing those responsible getting the shaft.
 

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Isn't Chicago ran by democrats?

This isn’t good. We knew that Chicago, and therefore all of Illinois, is in financial trouble. Their pension debt is twice as bad as second place California which is considered to be terrible and a threat.

Second City Cop tells us today that their paychecks are beginning to be returned for non-sufficient funds:

Chicago Police Paychecks Bounce The Real Revo
Surprise Surprise ............. NOT !!!! ---- This is just the beginning. It's no secret that tax revenue is down all across the country. And, it's no secret that local and state governments, and the federal government, have over-extended themselves, big time. Also, it's not just pension funds that are in trouble. We have cities going bankrupt, large retail chains closing up shop, malls becoming ghost buildings, home owners have lost a ton of equity in their homes, more citizens are receiving some form of government assistance, jobs are primarily low wage and part-time employment, the construction industry never fully recovered, oil companies, both large and small, are feeling economic pain, the Middle Class has all but disappeared, more and more service sector jobs ( billing, customer service, etc. ) are being off-shore out-sourced to cheap foreign labor markets, consumer credit ratings haven't been repaired since the recession/depression, businesses aren't offering as many company paid benefits as they use to, which is adding cost to employees, which means less spendable income in their pockets, food, utilities, and health care cost are up, the cost of higher education is up, rent is up, and consumers aren't able to save as much as before.

The big picture looks dim, dark, and gloomy, to say the least. And, the worst part of all, is that there's no catalyst in place to make things better. We have nothing in the works to improve the economy and lift us up and out of this economic hole. In addition, due to the strength of the U.S. dollar, our products are costing consumers more over seas. Today, it's the cops' paychecks that are bouncing, tomorrow maybe it'll be the teachers, and the next day, maybe firemen and rescue personnel. And who knows after that.
 

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Ha the streets wont be patrolled much
 

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Isn't Chicago ran by democrats?

This isn’t good. We knew that Chicago, and therefore all of Illinois, is in financial trouble. Their pension debt is twice as bad as second place California which is considered to be terrible and a threat.

Second City Cop tells us today that their paychecks are beginning to be returned for non-sufficient funds:

Chicago Police Paychecks Bounce The Real Revo
Surprise Surprise ............. NOT !!!! ---- This is just the beginning. It's no secret that tax revenue is down all across the country. And, it's no secret that local and state governments, and the federal government, have over-extended themselves, big time. Also, it's not just pension funds that are in trouble. We have cities going bankrupt, large retail chains closing up shop, malls becoming ghost buildings, home owners have lost a ton of equity in their homes, more citizens are receiving some form of government assistance, jobs are primarily low wage and part-time employment, the construction industry never fully recovered, oil companies, both large and small, are feeling economic pain, the Middle Class has all but disappeared, more and more service sector jobs ( billing, customer service, etc. ) are being off-shore out-sourced to cheap foreign labor markets, consumer credit ratings haven't been repaired since the recession/depression, businesses aren't offering as many company paid benefits as they use to, which is adding cost to employees, which means less spendable income in their pockets, food, utilities, and health care cost are up, the cost of higher education is up, rent is up, and consumers aren't able to save as much as before.

The big picture looks dim, dark, and gloomy, to say the least. And, the worst part of all, is that there's no catalyst in place to make things better. We have nothing in the works to improve the economy and lift us up and out of this economic hole. In addition, due to the strength of the U.S. dollar, our products are costing consumers more over seas. Today, it's the cops' paychecks that are bouncing, tomorrow maybe it'll be the teachers, and the next day, maybe firemen and rescue personnel. And who knows after that.
What happened to "Hope and Change?"
 

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Isn't Chicago ran by democrats?

This isn’t good. We knew that Chicago, and therefore all of Illinois, is in financial trouble. Their pension debt is twice as bad as second place California which is considered to be terrible and a threat.

Second City Cop tells us today that their paychecks are beginning to be returned for non-sufficient funds:

Chicago Police Paychecks Bounce The Real Revo
Surprise Surprise ............. NOT !!!! ---- This is just the beginning. It's no secret that tax revenue is down all across the country. And, it's no secret that local and state governments, and the federal government, have over-extended themselves, big time. Also, it's not just pension funds that are in trouble. We have cities going bankrupt, large retail chains closing up shop, malls becoming ghost buildings, home owners have lost a ton of equity in their homes, more citizens are receiving some form of government assistance, jobs are primarily low wage and part-time employment, the construction industry never fully recovered, oil companies, both large and small, are feeling economic pain, the Middle Class has all but disappeared, more and more service sector jobs ( billing, customer service, etc. ) are being off-shore out-sourced to cheap foreign labor markets, consumer credit ratings haven't been repaired since the recession/depression, businesses aren't offering as many company paid benefits as they use to, which is adding cost to employees, which means less spendable income in their pockets, food, utilities, and health care cost are up, the cost of higher education is up, rent is up, and consumers aren't able to save as much as before.

The big picture looks dim, dark, and gloomy, to say the least. And, the worst part of all, is that there's no catalyst in place to make things better. We have nothing in the works to improve the economy and lift us up and out of this economic hole. In addition, due to the strength of the U.S. dollar, our products are costing consumers more over seas. Today, it's the cops' paychecks that are bouncing, tomorrow maybe it'll be the teachers, and the next day, maybe firemen and rescue personnel. And who knows after that.
What happened to "Hope and Change?"
I'm still looking for it. Maybe it got lost.
 
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You can bet Rahm's paycheck didn't bounce
 

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You can bet Rahm's paycheck didn't bounce
His paycheck is a drop in the bucket compared to the corruption money. But I'm sure he got all his money right up front the moment he took office anyway. Crooks are gonna crook.
 

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Isn't Chicago ran by democrats?

This isn’t good. We knew that Chicago, and therefore all of Illinois, is in financial trouble. Their pension debt is twice as bad as second place California which is considered to be terrible and a threat.

Second City Cop tells us today that their paychecks are beginning to be returned for non-sufficient funds:

Chicago Police Paychecks Bounce The Real Revo
Surprise Surprise ............. NOT !!!! ---- This is just the beginning. It's no secret that tax revenue is down all across the country. And, it's no secret that local and state governments, and the federal government, have over-extended themselves, big time. Also, it's not just pension funds that are in trouble. We have cities going bankrupt, large retail chains closing up shop, malls becoming ghost buildings, home owners have lost a ton of equity in their homes, more citizens are receiving some form of government assistance, jobs are primarily low wage and part-time employment, the construction industry never fully recovered, oil companies, both large and small, are feeling economic pain, the Middle Class has all but disappeared, more and more service sector jobs ( billing, customer service, etc. ) are being off-shore out-sourced to cheap foreign labor markets, consumer credit ratings haven't been repaired since the recession/depression, businesses aren't offering as many company paid benefits as they use to, which is adding cost to employees, which means less spendable income in their pockets, food, utilities, and health care cost are up, the cost of higher education is up, rent is up, and consumers aren't able to save as much as before.

The big picture looks dim, dark, and gloomy, to say the least. And, the worst part of all, is that there's no catalyst in place to make things better. We have nothing in the works to improve the economy and lift us up and out of this economic hole. In addition, due to the strength of the U.S. dollar, our products are costing consumers more over seas. Today, it's the cops' paychecks that are bouncing, tomorrow maybe it'll be the teachers, and the next day, maybe firemen and rescue personnel. And who knows after that.
What happened to "Hope and Change?"
I'm still looking for it. Maybe it got lost.
That's it. It got lost. It with transparency somewhere.
 

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Isn't Chicago ran by democrats?

This isn’t good. We knew that Chicago, and therefore all of Illinois, is in financial trouble. Their pension debt is twice as bad as second place California which is considered to be terrible and a threat.

Second City Cop tells us today that their paychecks are beginning to be returned for non-sufficient funds:

Chicago Police Paychecks Bounce The Real Revo
Surprise Surprise ............. NOT !!!! ---- This is just the beginning. It's no secret that tax revenue is down all across the country. And, it's no secret that local and state governments, and the federal government, have over-extended themselves, big time. Also, it's not just pension funds that are in trouble. We have cities going bankrupt, large retail chains closing up shop, malls becoming ghost buildings, home owners have lost a ton of equity in their homes, more citizens are receiving some form of government assistance, jobs are primarily low wage and part-time employment, the construction industry never fully recovered, oil companies, both large and small, are feeling economic pain, the Middle Class has all but disappeared, more and more service sector jobs ( billing, customer service, etc. ) are being off-shore out-sourced to cheap foreign labor markets, consumer credit ratings haven't been repaired since the recession/depression, businesses aren't offering as many company paid benefits as they use to, which is adding cost to employees, which means less spendable income in their pockets, food, utilities, and health care cost are up, the cost of higher education is up, rent is up, and consumers aren't able to save as much as before.

The big picture looks dim, dark, and gloomy, to say the least. And, the worst part of all, is that there's no catalyst in place to make things better. We have nothing in the works to improve the economy and lift us up and out of this economic hole. In addition, due to the strength of the U.S. dollar, our products are costing consumers more over seas. Today, it's the cops' paychecks that are bouncing, tomorrow maybe it'll be the teachers, and the next day, maybe firemen and rescue personnel. And who knows after that.
What happened to "Hope and Change?"
I'm still looking for it. Maybe it got lost.
That's it. It got lost. It with transparency somewhere.
Well, I never found it. So, I guess it's still lost.
 

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