Schools, students face fiscal pain from pension crisis

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For Walker to imply that I spent over 30 years working in education, sacrificing family time to get recertification credit hours, receiving low pay with minimal benefits , spending 14-16 hours per day on school related issues, not in the interest of kids and only for the ” comfort of adults” is not only irresponsible it is ludicrous!  I have one term for walker to look at for the ills of funding in Colorado, and not just for education!  It is TABOR! 

I certainly will not stand idly aside while he attacks my retirement program so government agencies and legislators can take away money I invested into a safer retirement program so far without the likes of Madoff and big banks for a little comfort as an adult in retirement.  Stapleton can hit the trail with his inference that we cannot manage our own system without the his help.  There will certainly be a bubble of retires alas the boomers retire, but we will manage



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