If non government pension funds are are all but nonexistent in the private sector in additiontion to full time employment jobs becoming noninexistant in the nongovernment private sector in the U.S., where will the middle class tax payers be?. As most nongovernment companies require their employees to fed for themselves, why would anyone in their right mind allow the government to expect nongovernment working people to pay more taxes, their company be forced to pay more taxes to support government pensions that are used to support foreign competition to put nongovernment companies out of buisness?. Also why would the poor allow the government to reduce their benefits because they were forced out of the system by the government foreign investment that caused them to lose their jobs or because the econpmy was destroyed by government pension investments?. One soultion is to put the amount that the government employees recieve, to the vote of the people, as a percentge of the average that the private sector employees recieve for a comparable position. This would prevent the government from taking over the economy and keep the nonprofits from controlling the economy and using slave labor camps to put the middle class taxpayers out of buisness and force them out of the system into these slave labor camps. But a state with more public employees and nonprofits than the private sector, this is an impossibility. Also with public bond financing of the government by foreign and super wealth, the middle class is doomed to death by default and starvation wages of the nonprofits who finance the government and pay no taxes. Ref: The Wall Street Journal, 3/1/10 page C1 & C6

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