Friday, May 13, 2016

Governments Are Protecting Themselves,
Not The People
New Jersey Now Pursuing To Be Like Illinois
To Guarantee Pension Payments
To Government Workers
"The New Jersey State Assembly has begun the pursuit of a constitutional amendment to guarantee pension payments for government workers over all other types of state spending. This would naturally include all politicians, which is why they are introducing it. Because spending on education, health, crime, environment, welfare etc. is not guaranteed by the Constitution and is subject to elimination to pay for the pensions of 800,000 current and former public employees, politicians want to amend the Constitution and that means property taxes will SOAR. This means the people of New Jersey have to stop this insanity for once; it is a constitutional amendment, that is it. They will rob everything you have as a constitutional requirement .. If this goes through, property taxes will explode as they did in Illinois and the value of your home will drop .. Seven states have specific clauses in their constitutions that protect public employee pensions: Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, and New York. We have already seen Illinois on the brink of bankruptcy. Illinois will be completely devastated. There is no hope whatsoever, for changing the Constitution at this point in the game would only apply prospectively. That means these states will see an explosion in taxes over the next four years and they may simply be forced into bankruptcy if they are unable to meet bond payments - because pensions will come first."
- Martin Armstrong
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Anonymous said...

Scandal: A new investigation reveals that Bill and Hillary Clinton took in at least $100 million from Middle East leaders. Can such a financially and ethically compromised candidate truly function as our nation’s leader?

The question is an open one: Did the oil-rich Mideast nations give lavishly to the Clinton Foundation in an effort to influence future U.S. policy? And what about Bill Clinton’s business partnership with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai’s authoritarian ruler, from 2003 to 2008? Clinton took away some $15 million in “guaranteed payments” from the deal, his tax records show.

A picture of extraordinary greed is emerging from both Clintons in the years after they hold the highest posts in the U.S. government.

In just the past three years, after her stint as the nation’s top diplomat, Hillary Clinton spoke to dozens of deep-pocket firms on Wall Street, typically charging $250,000 a pop to hear her wit and wisdom — despite her bitter condemnations of Wall Street during her campaign.

All told, she took in an estimated $22 million from these speeches — an extraordinary amount, given the growing consensus among foreign-policy thinkers that Clinton was one of the worst secretaries of state ever.

So why would Arab potentates and Wall Street magnates alike pony up so much money for the Clintons? Is it because they believe so strongly in the philanthropic mission of the Clinton Family Foundation? Or is it that they hoped to have influence on a future Hillary Clinton presidency, which would of course feature First Gentleman Bill Clinton?


Anonymous said...

Bill Clinton took at least 26 junkets with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein

Bill Clinton spent enough time aboard disgraced Wall Street mogul Jeffrey Epstein's 'Lolita Express' airplane that he should be eligible for frequent flyer miles, according to a shocking new report that reveals how often the former U.S. president road along with with the convicted sex offender.

Flight logs reviewed by Fox News show Clinton took 26 trips aboard Epstein's Boeing 727 jet, more than double the 11 flights previously known.

Epstein's jet was reportedly set up with a bed where guests had group sex with young girls.

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