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Sequestration Plays Havoc With the Lives of Senior Citizens, Says AMAC

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scott meth
9 years ago

INSTEAD OF CUTTING BENEFITS OF SOCIAL SECURITY I DONT SEE THE GOVT CUTTING BENEFITS FOR WELFARE PARASITES AND LEECHES WHO DID NOTHING THEIR WHOLE LIVES BUT HAVE SIX KIDS WITH FIVE DIFFERENT MEN AND THEN WE THE SENIORS PAY ALL YOUR BILLS. CUT WELFARE FIRST AND ILLEGALS THEN WILL TALK ABOUT CUTTING SOCIAL SECURITY OK

Georgia {Danly}
9 years ago

Stop sending our money to our enemies. Stop all senators and representies pay until they get a budget
that balances. We have to budget our money. Take all their perkes away, then they may feel a pressure.
We as tax payers are having to do without. While they enjoy life to the fullest.
I allways vote for the person I think will do a good job. And if they have been in office more than 2 terms
vote them out. Also do not give those who retire no pensions as they did not pay into it.
We had to save for our pensions. We were told early on that SS would not be enough.
Maybe we need to kick them all out of office and start over.

John C
9 years ago

I did the math about 3 years ago and would be MUCH better off if I could have put my SS money in an an investment that followes the S&P 500. As a matter of fact I did invest some of my wages (apart from SS) in different funds that performed somewhat better than the S&P 500 and I am not a very savy investor. During the years I was robbed by our government to pay for my SS the S&P 500 was averaging 8% each year. By now I would be a millionaire if I could have invested all my SS money in the market. I fully support allowing younger people to choose to continue to pay into SS or to put the same amount into private retirement funds of their choice so that the government cannot grab it for their own priojects (which is what they did with my forced SS money). But now I expect my contibutions back from the government with reasonable intrest.