So, how ’bout them public sector unions?
The Franklin Center’s Watchdog.org reports:
After working one day as a substitute teacher in Illinois, David Piccioli could be entitled to an annual pension of more than $30,000.
And he’s suing the state to make sure he gets paid.
Piccioli is a retired union political activist who’s already pulling down a pair of state pensions from Illinois’ beleaguered public retirement system. But he’s taking the Teachers Retirement System to court to squeeze more money out of the state.
Be sure to read the whole thing. Nice gig if you can get it.
Doesn’t make it any easier to stomach, unfortunately.
Now it’s worth noting this:
The whole thing is a mess.
Sounds like a plan.