Ran into this blog post by Paul Krugman, Op-Ed Columnist for the New York Times, regarding public employee pay.
Krugman clearly isn’t talking about the scandalous issues going on in Bell, but the general rage against state and local employees and what they make.
We at the Tribune have been covering the issue of pay for local leaders and employees over recent weeks and Krugman’s article addresses specifically how some people react when they hear a city manager is making $200,000 a year and what affect that salary really has.
What are your thoughts on Krugman’s opinion?
(PS – the blog post by Krugman is short, so it won’t eat away your day to read it)