The Houston Firefighters’ Relief and Retirement Fund subsequently weighed in on the “crisis”, posting this on their website.
There’s no crisis over at the HFRRF.
The Chronicle editorial stated the pension of a
You BET this is all completely inappropriate!
In lieu of commenting on the funding level percentages among pensions, I’ll emphasize the obvious:
Public sector workers collectively bargain & elect union representation and the
What is so deceitful and despicable is for the Houston Chronicle and the individuals who formulated the HFRRF response to even USE the men and women of our
Looks like HOPE was called in to re-direct the conversation back to the mandatory furloughs.
The public sector unions and their rank & file need to keep the “public” from picking up pitchforks, lest THEY end up being the ones referred to as “rich”.