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originally social security collected from all working folks went into a fund only for social security.it was going fine til during lbj administration they took ss and put it into the general fund.where all the politicians could borrow from ss for their own agendas.i wonder how well ss would be doing today if it was left in the ss fund only for ss.
The Boomers are retiring. They are a larger group than the new group entering the workforce. Younger workers will have to make up the difference by paying more, paying longer, retiring later for less benefits. It's only a matter of time before they wise up and start hunting down old timers and" removing them" from the payout list.
Personally, I'm not worried...I've been watching the Hunger games to learn how to deal with them...
I'm just a simple man trading a simple plan.
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