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To john rigazio:
Well, look at your rant. And you put it all in CAPS, too! You must be quite proud of your blogging skills, eh?
As you will notice, the conservatives want to alter SS so that is remain solvent. Did I miss the liberal proposal for reforming SS? Gee, I guess I did, eh?
So, according to you, w...more
To L. (Cookie):
What is ridiculous is the proposal that we need to tax everyone on every dollar they make. That is what was done in countries like Greece and they have the worst tax collection policy in the world.
How about if we had adjusted the benefits to match the changes in longevity? As life expectancy ...more
Actually, both parties have used the SS fund as a piggy bank. The left uses the term "entitlement" to describe SS because it then diminishes the term. If we specifically pay a tax on certain income that goes into our own account (as is the case of SS), then it ceases to be an entitlement and becomes a ...more
You are not 100% correct. We are now paying 7.43% (times 2 -- employee and employer) on a certain amount of our income. That percentage has not always been at 7.43%. And, of that 7.43%, 1.45% (times 2) is for Medicare. So, in reality, less than 6% (times 2) is what the government has credited to you...more
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