You've heard Jim discussing the continuing story of NJ politicians receiving lavish pension payouts from double-dipping jobs when they retire.

Case in point being State Senator Nicholas Sacco. Sacco, also the mayor of North Bergen since 1991 AND  the assistant school superintendent. If Sacco cashed in his sick time today, it would cost taxpayers $331,970.

While Sacco acknowledges that this may be an exuberant amount of money for taxpayers to deal with, it is still part of his contract regardless.

The better question is how does someone like Sacco or other politicians that are double-dipping able to  even have time to juggle all three jobs?

Jim wants to hear what you think about the dreaded double-dippers. Take the poll below.