PARAGRAPH BY PARAGRAPH THROUGH THIS AMAZINGARTICLE:"More impressively, Wisconsin got those high marksfor its pensionfunding for fiscal year 2010 - before Gov. ScottWalker and Republicanlawmakers required public employees to contributemore for theirpension and work longer hours and more years toqualify for one."(Automatically extracting whatever is needed tofund the system fromtaxpayers is not "impressive." It's simplyautomatic fundingregardless of circumstances. And the funding wouldstill"fully-funded" regardless of new servicerequirement for part-time,and vesting requirement by Gov. Walker.)"Really in every metric, you're doing better thanother states. .
.It means you can tell taxpayers and businessesyou're going to bepaying for the services you're getting, not theservices that pastgenerations have been getting," said David Draine,a senior researcherat the Pew Center on the States. (Factually wrong,ignores the factthat majority of retirees are at, or approaching,Core Fund base