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catnip
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re: "Social Security is in great shape"


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So, there is no need for SS reform at all?


No raise for 2 years. Show me the money.






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mmcgrath
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re: "Social Security is in great shape"


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What’s more, Social Security does not add a penny to our deficit. It has a substantial trust fund and continues to bring in new funds annually through payroll taxes. For that reason, we should be focusing these negotiations on those policies that have created the fiscal cliff.


Is this not factually correct? Just curious.






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prplhze2000
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re: "Social Security is in great shape"


1. They don't understand the difference between principal and interest.
2. They are ignoring the trends and projections.






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Zach
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prplhze2000
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re: "Social Security is in great shape"


You can't tell them anything. I deal with teachers about PERS. Their leadership has lied to them so much when you lay it out in front of them, they don't believe you.





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davesdawgs
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Georgia - Class of '75
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re: "Social Security is in great shape"


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here is the report right here. Read for yourself.


Yep, thanks for the link. Facts/reality don't matter in today's world with liberals controlling the message. Yea, there is misinformation on the conservative side also but clearly a terrible president was just re-elected mainly due to liberals controlling the narrative.






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