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Remember The California Mayor And Police Chief On Huge Wages

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They have been forced to resign... but now their pensions are bigger, allegedly, than their wages.

When the angry citizens of Bell, Calif., forced their outrageously overpaid city manager and police chief to resign, it may be the best thing that ever happened to the two. Consider the pension now due city manager Robert Rizzo.

"His lifetime pension will be roughly $30 million," said Marcia Fritz of the California Foundation for Fiscal Responsibility.

And the pension due police chief Randy Adams.

"His lifetime pension will be more like $15 to $17 million," said Fritz.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/08/02/eveningnews/main6737745.shtml?tag=cbsnewsSidebarArea;topnews

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Looks like assassination a series of unfortunate "accidents" is their best bet for fiscal salvation now.

A million bucks a head, net saving to the taxpayer = $43 million.

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Cailfornia is the 8th largsest economy in the world. NHS execs are in charge of FTSE250 size organisations and so people in charge require suitable renumeration or they go elsewhere.

Tony Blair was underpaid, thats why he left.(sobs)

Crikey we only pay David Cameron £160K. He needs £16m!!! Write to do the Treasury or he'll go elsewhere!

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Cailfornia is the 8th largsest economy in the world. NHS execs are in charge of FTSE250 size organisations and so people in charge require suitable renumeration or they go elsewhere.

Tony Blair was underpaid, thats why he left.(sobs)

Crikey we only pay David Cameron £160K. He needs £16m!!! Write to do the Treasury or he'll go elsewhere!

Thats what the unions say...

But wasnt this guy in charge of a town of under 37,000, not the whole of california.

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