Thursday, April 23, 2009

Pension Board Meeting

We need increased attendance whenever anything happens that affects the Police.

The next meeting of concern would be the Pension Board:
  • 29 April 2009, 0900 hours.
    221 N LaSalle St
    Suite #1626
Cameras and video are welcome.

As was stated in our comment section, "We really need to keep our new found activism alive."

And we heartily agree.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Atty. David Kugler is Daley's ho.

4/23/2009 12:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oooooh! Can we go shopping afterwards with Peggy Bundy?!

4/23/2009 12:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never been to one, but I'll be at this one. (I'm kind of hoping they'll vote to put ME through law school for free, too, since they're giving it away to civilians.)

Seriously, though; I'll be there and I'm dragging along a friend who's also never been to one.

4/23/2009 12:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tell every body.....We need representation here........!!!!

Ask the hard questions!!!!!

Where is our money going????

4/23/2009 01:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This would be the perfect time to do another circling of city hall, preceded by packing that 16th floor to overflowing, then marching down LaSalle, over the river, and to the king's hovel, just in time for the lunch crowds.

Even a few hundred would be enough to piss the midget off, let alone a few thousand again.

And this time, with little warning to the prick.

4/23/2009 01:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...



4/23/2009 06:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lets make it happen! I'ts easy enough to get to the pension Board via public transportation. The Lake Street El. is a half block away. It also affords you the opportuntiy to update your benificiaries, etc..

If you were at the FOP meeting you would know just how important it is that we continue to be vocal, and continue to show up. It sounds like our Union thinks we will be lucky to get much due to the economy and the fact that Daley is seeking give backs from workers who have already settled their contracts. Daley claims the city can no longer afford to honor contract settlements it previously negotiated due to the deteriorating economy.

Most of us are depending on our safety net, our pension to see us through our later years. We were promised it, we deserve it, we earned it.

Daley has lost his mind and is attempting to impose his will on our unions, our Pension Bd. Etc. He needs to be stopped. Hope to see you there!!!!!!

4/23/2009 06:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does the Pension Fund still have exposure to CDS, CDO and CMBS? If so , how much?
Credit Default Swaps is where a third party insures the payment of debt( usually a bond). This is /was big with AIG.
Collateralized Debt Obligation- a bunch ( package) of securities put together and then sold. Loans bunched up and pieces sold.
Collateralized Mortgage Backed Securities- almost self-explained. Big with commercial real estate which sucks big time now.

4/23/2009 06:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Im not going... I figure since mikey "meatball" shields is our "next FOP President" he can handle all of the inquiries... Right, meatball??? Or are you Mr Smoke and Mirrors like every other political hack???

4/23/2009 08:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Remember it’s an open meeting to the public, they have to let you in. If they don’t tell them you want the meeting moved to larger room, (not that there is one). Don’t let them tell you the room is too full. They may also TRY to get you to sign a sign in sheet. You do NOT have to do this, this will be a scare tactic.

4/23/2009 12:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Check out this:

I love the part where the lobbyist for the 401K plans squirms.

Can we find out who Nationwide's lobbyist is?

4/23/2009 01:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SEIU Poll: Daley Approval Rating At 41%
by Josh Kalven on April 22, 2009 - 9:27am

On WTTW on April 10, Tribune editorial page editor Bruce Dold remarked that Mayor Daley has "had a tough year" and wondered whether "there is a little more anger about the mayor on a bunch of nuts-and-bolts things." Now comes evidence that the mayor's job approval is at an all-time low, according to a citywide poll commissioned by the SEIU Illinois State Council (which sponsors this website) and conducted by the Democratic polling firm Bennett, Petts, & Normington.

The survey found that 41 percent of respondents give Daley an "excellent" or "good" job rating, while 58 percent give him "only fair" or "poor" marks. Here are the crosstabs, which show African-Americans and Latinos are particularly dissatisfied:

4/23/2009 06:19:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the scam by the City and it's willing accomplices, FLOP and the ComMe-dia,is in full effect, we can only show strength in numbers. Anything planned with only minor showups is bound to be just viewed by the Comme-dia as failure to unify the troops, therefore a big feather in Shortshanks stupid lookin Indiana Jones hat.....

4/23/2009 07:00:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I already emailed the IOC and told them Daley relatives get sweetheart loans from our pension, and that he does NOT contribute the city share to OUR fund. I also give them daily crime stats. See y'all at the meeting!

4/24/2009 08:20:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We could really fuck daley (not worthy of a capitol D.) if we would all get together, just once, and quit writing tickets. But there are always pussies like TW (steroids, anyone?) in 019 who will continue writing, including police family members, just because he might get dumped from his car.

4/24/2009 08:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey could you pull this to top as a reminder for the meeting. Your help is greatly appreciated in dragging our brothers this meeting. This meeting will be worth going to continue drive it to daley.

4/27/2009 07:45:00 PM  

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