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Protect Social Security

This efficiently run government program, which returns 99 cents on each dollar collected, will give full benefits until 2043. Social Security is a safety net that more than 52 million Americans depend on. It does not add to the deficit and cannot be subjected to the whims of the market through privatization.

What Happened to Social Security and Where Do We Go from Here?

Social Security was created as a compact between the government and the people as a way to protect Americans from poverty in their retirement. FICA taxes paid by American workers were intended as an investment in their financial security. Social Security was to be administered by the government on the people’s behalf. That was the plan!

But Social Security has been plundered. What happened starting in the Reagan-Bush administrations is a violation of federal law. The people’s money was not invested; it became part of the government’s overall operational budget. Contributions poured into Social Security every day and were spent every day. This is the cause of the dilemma we are in now.



How Did this Happen? In 1983, the 15% increase in the FICA tax was meant to provide for the upcoming baby boom generation. It was implemented to assure coverage through 2040 when the Social Security Trust Fund was to be re-examined and adjusted if necessary. The amount of money that poured into the coffers of Social Security created a surplus, leaving plenty left over each month to invest.


Instead, the $500,000,000 each day that comes in for Social Security is added to overall government spending. This use of the Social Security surplus as a way to hide deficit spending started under President Reagan and continued under President George H.W. Bush.

Under Clinton—A Budget Surplus President Clinton continued the practice during his first term in office, but in his second term, the government stopped using surplus Social Security funds and there was a concerted effort to protect them. During the last two years of the Clinton administration, Social Security was not violated and, with the help of other financial policies, a genuine surplus of the government’s operational costs existed.

Clinton’s courageous economic plan reversed 12 years of supply-side economics and led to fiscal responsibility, eventually erasing the deficit and creating a surplus that totaled $86.4 billion in 2000. The prosperity we enjoyed during the Clinton years was a return to sound economic principles.


It should be noted that under President Clinton, the Budget Reconciliation Act passed the Congress in 1993 without a single Republican vote!

Under Bush—A Return to Fiscal Irresponsibility When George W. Bush came into office, he was determined to return to the trickle-down economics of Reagan/Bush. The 2001 and 2003 tax cuts enacted by the Republican congressional majority and the Bush administration are responsible for the financial crisis we are in now— helped along by Congress’s earlier repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, which allowed commercial banks to merge with investment banks, opening the door to the financial meltdown.

George W. Bush spent $1.37 trillion of Social Security surplus revenue during his eight years as president. In his last year alone he spent $526 million of our Social Security money each day.


So much for the republicans "we are the fiscal responsible, less government spending party"
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Protect Social Security
This efficiently run government program, which returns 99 cents on each dollar collected, will give full benefits until 2043. Social Security is a safety net that more than 52 million Americans depend on. It does not add to the deficit and cannot be subjected to the whims of the market through privatization.
What Happened to Social Security and Where Do We Go from Here?
Social Security was created as a compact between the government and the people as a way to protect Americans from poverty in their retirement. FICA taxes paid by American workers were intended as an investment in their financial security. Social Security was to be administered by the government on the people’s behalf. That was the plan!
But Social Security has been plundered. What happened starting in the Reagan-Bush administrations is a violation of federal law. The people’s money was not invested; it became part of the government’s overall operational budget. Contributions poured into Social Security every day and were spent every day. This is the cause of the dilemma we are in now.
How Did this Happen? In 1983, the 15% increase in the FICA tax was meant to provide for the upcoming baby boom generation. It was implemented to assure coverage through 2040 when the Social Security Trust Fund was to be re-examined and adjusted if necessary. The amount of money that poured into the coffers of Social Security created a surplus, leaving plenty left over each month to invest.
Instead, the $500,000,000 each day that comes in for Social Security is added to overall government spending. This use of the Social Security surplus as a way to hide deficit spending started under President Reagan and continued under President George H.W. Bush.
Under Clinton—A Budget Surplus President Clinton continued the practice during his first term in office, but in his second term, the government stopped using surplus Social Security funds and there was a concerted effort to protect them. During the last two years of the Clinton administration, Social Security was not violated and, with the help of other financial policies, a genuine surplus of the government’s operational costs existed.
Clinton’s courageous economic plan reversed 12 years of supply-side economics and led to fiscal responsibility, eventually erasing the deficit and creating a surplus that totaled $86.4 billion in 2000. The prosperity we enjoyed during the Clinton years was a return to sound economic principles.
It should be noted that under President Clinton, the Budget Reconciliation Act passed the Congress in 1993 without a single Republican vote!
Under Bush—A Return to Fiscal Irresponsibility When George W. Bush came into office, he was determined to return to the trickle-down economics of Reagan/Bush. The 2001 and 2003 tax cuts enacted by the Republican congressional majority and the Bush administration are responsible for the financial crisis we are in now— helped along by Congress’s earlier repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, which allowed commercial banks to merge with investment banks, opening the door to the financial meltdown.
George W. Bush spent $1.37 trillion of Social Security surplus revenue during his eight years as president. In his last year alone he spent $526 million of our Social Security money each day.
So much for the republicans "we are the fiscal responsible, less government spending party"
Well said, I wish you would put this on facebook.
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well wrote:
Protect Social Security
This efficiently run government program, which returns 99 cents on each dollar collected, will give full benefits until 2043. Social Security is a safety net that more than 52 million Americans depend on. It does not add to the deficit and cannot be subjected to the whims of the market through privatization.
What Happened to Social Security and Where Do We Go from Here?
Social Security was created as a compact between the government and the people as a way to protect Americans from poverty in their retirement. FICA taxes paid by American workers were intended as an investment in their financial security. Social Security was to be administered by the government on the people’s behalf. That was the plan!
But Social Security has been plundered. What happened starting in the Reagan-Bush administrations is a violation of federal law. The people’s money was not invested; it became part of the government’s overall operational budget. Contributions poured into Social Security every day and were spent every day. This is the cause of the dilemma we are in now.
How Did this Happen? In 1983, the 15% increase in the FICA tax was meant to provide for the upcoming baby boom generation. It was implemented to assure coverage through 2040 when the Social Security Trust Fund was to be re-examined and adjusted if necessary. The amount of money that poured into the coffers of Social Security created a surplus, leaving plenty left over each month to invest.
Instead, the $500,000,000 each day that comes in for Social Security is added to overall government spending. This use of the Social Security surplus as a way to hide deficit spending started under President Reagan and continued under President George H.W. Bush.
Under Clinton—A Budget Surplus President Clinton continued the practice during his first term in office, but in his second term, the government stopped using surplus Social Security funds and there was a concerted effort to protect them. During the last two years of the Clinton administration, Social Security was not violated and, with the help of other financial policies, a genuine surplus of the government’s operational costs existed.
Clinton’s courageous economic plan reversed 12 years of supply-side economics and led to fiscal responsibility, eventually erasing the deficit and creating a surplus that totaled $86.4 billion in 2000. The prosperity we enjoyed during the Clinton years was a return to sound economic principles.
It should be noted that under President Clinton, the Budget Reconciliation Act passed the Congress in 1993 without a single Republican vote!
Under Bush—A Return to Fiscal Irresponsibility When George W. Bush came into office, he was determined to return to the trickle-down economics of Reagan/Bush. The 2001 and 2003 tax cuts enacted by the Republican congressional majority and the Bush administration are responsible for the financial crisis we are in now— helped along by Congress’s earlier repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, which allowed commercial banks to merge with investment banks, opening the door to the financial meltdown.
George W. Bush spent $1.37 trillion of Social Security surplus revenue during his eight years as president. In his last year alone he spent $526 million of our Social Security money each day.
So much for the republicans "we are the fiscal responsible, less government spending party"
Thanks for posting this. But you do know that some will never believe the real truth about social security as you have perfectly told. I work at the Social Security Administration you have been 100% accurate on your comment.
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Well, all of your statements may be true. This is also true: Clinton inherited the best economy our country has had in decades. He also happened to be in office when the tobacco industry settled for hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars that became part of the budget.(this was back in the days that we actually had a budget). It should also be noted that our economy was in a fast paced downslide when he left office.
Today more money is being paid for the "disabled" than for pension supplement as was intended. Watch the morning news, any station, and you will see some bottom feeder asking to represent you in lawsuit against the social security administration. Today there are hundreds of thousands collecting social security for some disability. Yes, I know that there are lots of disabled people that truly deserve and need these benefits. I also know that there are hundreds of thousands that are drawing benefits that do not deserve them. Need a list? Drug and alcohol addicts that have fried their brains, untold thousands of "behaviorally disabled" aka kids that have never been taught or encouraged to act in an acceptable manner. Parasites that find some doctor that will fill out any form placed in front of them or the saddest of all, those that have been taught to actually believe that the government is supposed to take care of them.
I think that abuse of the program is the main problem.
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Guest wrote:
Well, all of your statements may be true. This is also true: Clinton inherited the best economy our country has had in decades. He also happened to be in office when the tobacco industry settled for hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars that became part of the budget.(this was back in the days that we actually had a budget). It should also be noted that our economy was in a fast paced downslide when he left office.
Today more money is being paid for the "disabled" than for pension supplement as was intended. Watch the morning news, any station, and you will see some bottom feeder asking to represent you in lawsuit against the social security administration. Today there are hundreds of thousands collecting social security for some disability. Yes, I know that there are lots of disabled people that truly deserve and need these benefits. I also know that there are hundreds of thousands that are drawing benefits that do not deserve them. Need a list? Drug and alcohol addicts that have fried their brains, untold thousands of "behaviorally disabled" aka kids that have never been taught or encouraged to act in an acceptable manner. Parasites that find some doctor that will fill out any form placed in front of them or the saddest of all, those that have been taught to actually believe that the government is supposed to take care of them.
I think that abuse of the program is the main problem.
I'd like to know what lefty propaganda site you took this from?
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I'd like to know what lefty propaganda site you took this from?
Lefty?
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Guest wrote:
Well, all of your statements may be true. This is also true: Clinton inherited the best economy our country has had in decades. He also happened to be in office when the tobacco industry settled for hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars that became part of the budget.(this was back in the days that we actually had a budget). It should also be noted that our economy was in a fast paced downslide when he left office.
Today more money is being paid for the "disabled" than for pension supplement as was intended. Watch the morning news, any station, and you will see some bottom feeder asking to represent you in lawsuit against the social security administration. Today there are hundreds of thousands collecting social security for some disability. Yes, I know that there are lots of disabled people that truly deserve and need these benefits. I also know that there are hundreds of thousands that are drawing benefits that do not deserve them. Need a list? Drug and alcohol addicts that have fried their brains, untold thousands of "behaviorally disabled" aka kids that have never been taught or encouraged to act in an acceptable manner. Parasites that find some doctor that will fill out any form placed in front of them or the saddest of all, those that have been taught to actually believe that the government is supposed to take care of them.
I think that abuse of the program is the main problem.
Disabled kids with asthma get a check every month but yet they can play football, basketball, volleyball, fight at school and on and on. I don't see how asthma is a disability. I know people with severe asthma but work every day.
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I heard one parent tell another parent that she was taking her child to Social Security and sign him up for a crazy check to have more money to get a new I phone. Worse she said it right in front of him. I won't even get into how it must have made that feel.

Get more investigators out there and start rousting out he frauds then prosecute the frauds and you will save millions if not billions
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Well, all of your statements may be true. This is also true: Clinton inherited the best economy our country has had in decades. He also happened to be in office when the tobacco industry settled for hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars that became part of the budget.(this was back in the days that we actually had a budget). It should also be noted that our economy was in a fast paced downslide when he left office.
Today more money is being paid for the "disabled" than for pension supplement as was intended. Watch the morning news, any station, and you will see some bottom feeder asking to represent you in lawsuit against the social security administration. Today there are hundreds of thousands collecting social security for some disability. Yes, I know that there are lots of disabled people that truly deserve and need these benefits. I also know that there are hundreds of thousands that are drawing benefits that do not deserve them. Need a list? Drug and alcohol addicts that have fried their brains, untold thousands of "behaviorally disabled" aka kids that have never been taught or encouraged to act in an acceptable manner. Parasites that find some doctor that will fill out any form placed in front of them or the saddest of all, those that have been taught to actually believe that the government is supposed to take care of them.
I think that abuse of the program is the main problem.
You are wrong!!! Clinton DID NOT INHERIT THE BEST ECONOMY WE HAD IN DECADES.

I lived through that period. When Clinton took office, this country was in a recession (not as deep as the recession Obama inherited) but a recession all the same. We also had wide-spread unemployment during that period. So, you need to study your history a bit!!! But, I wouldn't recommend getting your history lessons from a CONSERVATIVE WEBSITE. Because they tend to bend the truth to their own advantage.

The fact remains - Bill Clinton left a huge huge surplus when he left office. Yes, the dot.com bubble had burst shortly before Clinton left office which brought the economy down a little. But, this was just a bump in the road compared to the huge mess Bush Jr left for Obama to clean up.
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Protect Social Security
This efficiently run government program, which returns 99 cents on each dollar collected, will give full benefits until 2043. Social Security is a safety net that more than 52 million Americans depend on. It does not add to the deficit and cannot be subjected to the whims of the market through privatization.
What Happened to Social Security and Where Do We Go from Here?
Social Security was created as a compact between the government and the people as a way to protect Americans from poverty in their retirement. FICA taxes paid by American workers were intended as an investment in their financial security. Social Security was to be administered by the government on the people’s behalf. That was the plan!
But Social Security has been plundered. What happened starting in the Reagan-Bush administrations is a violation of federal law. The people’s money was not invested; it became part of the government’s overall operational budget. Contributions poured into Social Security every day and were spent every day. This is the cause of the dilemma we are in now.
How Did this Happen? In 1983, the 15% increase in the FICA tax was meant to provide for the upcoming baby boom generation. It was implemented to assure coverage through 2040 when the Social Security Trust Fund was to be re-examined and adjusted if necessary. The amount of money that poured into the coffers of Social Security created a surplus, leaving plenty left over each month to invest.
Instead, the $500,000,000 each day that comes in for Social Security is added to overall government spending. This use of the Social Security surplus as a way to hide deficit spending started under President Reagan and continued under President George H.W. Bush.
Under Clinton—A Budget Surplus President Clinton continued the practice during his first term in office, but in his second term, the government stopped using surplus Social Security funds and there was a concerted effort to protect them. During the last two years of the Clinton administration, Social Security was not violated and, with the help of other financial policies, a genuine surplus of the government’s operational costs existed.
Clinton’s courageous economic plan reversed 12 years of supply-side economics and led to fiscal responsibility, eventually erasing the deficit and creating a surplus that totaled $86.4 billion in 2000. The prosperity we enjoyed during the Clinton years was a return to sound economic principles.
It should be noted that under President Clinton, the Budget Reconciliation Act passed the Congress in 1993 without a single Republican vote!
Under Bush—A Return to Fiscal Irresponsibility When George W. Bush came into office, he was determined to return to the trickle-down economics of Reagan/Bush. The 2001 and 2003 tax cuts enacted by the Republican congressional majority and the Bush administration are responsible for the financial crisis we are in now— helped along by Congress’s earlier repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, which allowed commercial banks to merge with investment banks, opening the door to the financial meltdown.
George W. Bush spent $1.37 trillion of Social Security surplus revenue during his eight years as president. In his last year alone he spent $526 million of our Social Security money each day.
So much for the republicans "we are the fiscal responsible, less government spending party"
HALLELUJAH! The truth finally comes out on Topix. But, I agree it's doubtful any Republicans will admit this to be true.

Republicans seem to want to believe the very worst about the very best policies this country has ever known!

Republicans are becoming more & more just typical loosers. So sad...

Thank you so much for posting this on Topix.
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I heard one parent tell another parent that she was taking her child to Social Security and sign him up for a crazy check to have more money to get a new I phone. Worse she said it right in front of him. I won't even get into how it must have made that feel.
Get more investigators out there and start rousting out he frauds then prosecute the frauds and you will save millions if not billions
John Doe,
I think we have to take this post of yours - with a BIG GRAIN OF SALT! I honestly don't think this ever happened (except in your weird imagination).

However, I do think there needs to be a crack-down on fradulent Social Security Disability claims.
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1961 Alumni Rolla MO wrote:
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I think we have to take this post of yours - with a BIG GRAIN OF SALT! I honestly don't think this ever happened (except in your weird imagination).
However, I do think there needs to be a crack-down on fradulent Social Security Disability claims.
Oh you don't. Well then you don't know. Let me tell you I work in the public and I know. These parents around here will say anything around their kids and do anything. I have heard and seen it. I heard one monther tell her kindergarten child one morning, I been here all day ( dragging this child down the hall) and I ain't got rid of you yet. Had another parent that applied paperwork on her daughter to get money for a learning disability,problem was the year before she made honor roll every quarter. When she was denied the girl got pregnant. Got her check one way or another.
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I think we have to take this post of yours - with a BIG GRAIN OF SALT! I honestly don't think this ever happened (except in your weird imagination).
However, I do think there needs to be a crack-down on fradulent Social Security Disability claims.
In short, you are calling me a liar. I doubt that you will ever apologize for it but that is what you did. I will freely admit that I had some nasty things to you after you started calling me names but the truth is that I never called you a liar. That is pretty low but you don't care.

I am telling you it happened. If you want to believe it or not, it happened and that was woke me to the fraud in the system.
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<quoted text>Oh you don't. Well then you don't know. Let me tell you I work in the public and I know. These parents around here will say anything around their kids and do anything. I have heard and seen it. I heard one monther tell her kindergarten child one morning, I been here all day ( dragging this child down the hall) and I ain't got rid of you yet. Had another parent that applied paperwork on her daughter to get money for a learning disability,problem was the year before she made honor roll every quarter. When she was denied the girl got pregnant. Got her check one way or another.
Thank you guest, I appreciate your support

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<quoted text>Oh you don't. Well then you don't know. Let me tell you I work in the public and I know. These parents around here will say anything around their kids and do anything. I have heard and seen it. I heard one monther tell her kindergarten child one morning, I been here all day ( dragging this child down the hall) and I ain't got rid of you yet. Had another parent that applied paperwork on her daughter to get money for a learning disability,problem was the year before she made honor roll every quarter. When she was denied the girl got pregnant. Got her check one way or another.
I work in the general public a well and have for over 30 years and let give you a piece of advice. Dont judge people just because of the those you work with all across the board. There are more people that are in need of assistance than there are of those that abuse the system. Every Gov't system has flaws. They are not designed to appease all the people..if you dont know that by now then you are one selfish immature person.

So many times I read your comments and Comrades blaming your gripes on the people, and the majority of the people you refer to are those you work with, see, and hear on a local level. Your downfall is ignorance of an abyss. You think this is what "all" the people across the country are like. I assure you you are not only wrong, but you are out of touch. Stop watching the hate lame stream media and open your eyes and stop being so selfish. It only makes you look more ignorant than some think you already are. Not to say that I think you are, but this is my analogy of your ongoing rants which cry racism.

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I work in the general public a well and have for over 30 years and let give you a piece of advice. Dont judge people just because of the those you work with all across the board. There are more people that are in need of assistance than there are of those that abuse the system. Every Gov't system has flaws. They are not designed to appease all the people..if you dont know that by now then you are one selfish immature person.
So many times I read your comments and Comrades blaming your gripes on the people, and the majority of the people you refer to are those you work with, see, and hear on a local level. Your downfall is ignorance of an abyss. You think this is what "all" the people across the country are like. I assure you you are not only wrong, but you are out of touch. Stop watching the hate lame stream media and open your eyes and stop being so selfish. It only makes you look more ignorant than some think you already are. Not to say that I think you are, but this is my analogy of your ongoing rants which cry racism.
The people I “work” with have jobs. They pay their own bills and taxes. They also pay into the social security system. Ask anyone under the age of 50 how much money they think they will draw when they retire and they will laugh at you.

But that’s fine. We’ve been warned over the years to prepare for our own future. We are about to give amnesty to several million illegal’s in this country. Not a guest worker program but a road to amnesty. A good portion of those people will also hit the social welfare programs rolls. The vast majority that does work will fall into the 49% that pay no federal income tax.

But…They will vote democratic. They know which party gives out the goodies. We are a compassionate nation. If you are dirt poor and hungry don’t have any skills or just want to sell drugs and leach off the welfare system, come on in.

If you have skills that will land you one of the good paying jobs left in America, get your ass in line and do it the legal way. Hell, you would probably end up being conservative and voting republican anyway. Just stay home.

As long as the printing press has ink, all is well…
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Wonder how many blogs he used to make up that reply to 81? LOL

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Wonder how many blogs he used to make up that reply to 81? LOL
No blogs necessary gene. Anyone with a job who pays taxes and uses a little common sense will tell you the same story.

You Obama supporters who get checks from the government (gov. job or no-job) may need to check out the blogosphere to come up with a reply.

Now you need to log on using half dozen names and give yourself some good marks and give this post half dozen bad marks….lol

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Speaking of government jobs, Social Security offices, unemployment offices, talk about inefficient, government social engineering gone bad...

Have any of you out there had the unfortunate pleasure to visit one of these gov. offices lately? What a mess - lol

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