"The deal used to be that civil servants were paid less than private sector workers in exchange for an understanding that they had job security for life," Brown asserted. "But we politicians -- pushed by our friends in labor -- gradually expanded pay and benefits . . . while keeping the job protections and layering on incredibly generous retirement packages. . . . This is politically unpopular and potentially even career suicide . . . but at some point, someone is going to have to get honest about the fact."
Brown has now admitted his guilt.
When will Paul Krekorian issue his confession??