Originally Posted by Brucev
No one has the right to castles or unicorns or hugs. Pensioners who were promised their pension as a part of their compensation have every right to expect that pension to be paid by the state which made the agreement. If it cost the taxpayer money... tough. The pensioners are not obligated to sacrifice so that taxpayers can avoid paying.
IF someone worked for a private company, and said company promised them a job when they were hired, and then the company doesnt have enough money, should the tax payers have to pick up the tab and pay their salary since they were promised something?