DiNapoli: Pension fund isn't a "manda...

DiNapoli: Pension fund isn't a "mandate-relief fund"

There are 2 comments on the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle story from Feb 5, 2013, titled DiNapoli: Pension fund isn't a "mandate-relief fund". In it, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that:

Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said today that he has concerns about Gov. Andrew Cuomo's pension-smoothing plan, saying the state's pension fund can't be a "mandate-relief fund." In his budget address Jan.

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Freedom

Rochester, NY

#1 Feb 6, 2013
It is also not supposed to be used as financial terrorism. You are the same one that dumped any pension fund invested in Sturm Ruger or any gun manufacturer to press the anti-gun agenda. You just copied Californication's policy, you hack!

pigpen911

Since: Mar 11

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#2 Feb 6, 2013
Freedom wrote:
It is also not supposed to be used as financial terrorism. You are the same one that dumped any pension fund invested in Sturm Ruger or any gun manufacturer to press the anti-gun agenda. You just copied Californication's policy, you hack!
BINGO!!! You just got two gold stars for nailing it on the head.

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