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Social Security, SSI, Medicade, And Medicare will be abolished

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LeeLee

Cookeville, TN

#1 Nov 13, 2012
Social Security, SSI, Medicade, And Medicare will be abolished, It’s going to happen under President Obama
America will have a total economic collapse. Not only is this destine to happen, it’s planned to happen:

11/13/2012 Now Obama re-elected
US National Debt is $16,255,153,901,609+
Social Security $781,494,682,971,+
Food Stamps $47,157,538,+
Us Population 314,758,370,000
Us Income Tax payers 114,695,869
Actual Unemployed 22,654,232

11/13/2008 Obama start
US N. Debt $10,507,051,690,751
Social S .Debt $608,018,232,157
Medicare$608,018,232,157
Food Stamps $32,818,514.
Us Population 305,216,872.
Us Inc. Tax Payers 108,662,661
Us Inc. Tax Payers 108,662,661

Above numbers collected from the US Debt. Clock, which illustrates our past four years.

Leading economist have warned us during the Bush administration, all the way through the Obama’s Administration the consequences we could face with our economy. Yet our President and Politicians have ignoring the warnings, and have done so for a reason.

We all know the White House has their own team of economist, and they’ve come up with new ideas as they have been working for the past years, however no one could come up with a system to balance, our current economy, because it’s mathematically imposable, as long as he have federal entitlements; Social Security, SSI, Medicate, and Medicare in the budget. They know the system we have now, will soon fail.

Our President and political leaders knows that the Social Security, SSI, Medicaid, and Medicare programs can no longer work, due to increased population growth of recipients along with other contributing factors.
They realize, they have to eradicate these programs in a tactful manor, as where it wont destroy their own political party.
By allowing these programs to go under during a economic crash, would save their party.
They could play the blame game, so they think…. and justify shutting these programs down.

The Federal Reserve, printing 40 billion a month out of thin air, attempting to hold our economy up, it’s not a solution, soon that will cause more inflation.
LeeLee

Cookeville, TN

#2 Nov 13, 2012
Taxing is not a solution, it’s only a temporary fix to maintain the economy a little longer, as we have all seen this to be true from the past, and its has failed many times.
Cuts in military, or cuts in other programs, it doesn’t work, all these are old ideas, of both parties, we have seen these ideas fail before .
President Obama, says we will tax the rich, which many Americans believes this is a solution, that will work.. Ok forget taxing the rich, instead take everything they have, sale their property, take their money, take everything.
Next add all our spending on military, in fact sale all of our military equipment, combined all these monies, and you still couldn’t put a big dent into our debt that this country has incurred, and it still wouldn’t save our economy.
Again look at the numbers, it’s mathematically imposable to save our economy, but it sounds good in a presidential speech.
Your average person, most likely couldn’t began to understand these numbers, and what they mean for our nation. I venture to say, many people haven’t even looked at our US debt clock. Some probably could care less, and for those who didn’t care ,will soon regret it.
Americans should have paid more attention to what was going on, everything has a price, and that including our freedoms.
How long will it take to get a new system back up, after the economy collapses- it could take months. There is know way to know.
This isn’t something that can be Implemented within a few weeks, it’s a huge task, and will take time.
Meanwhile during this collapse people will be without, as they wait on the government and their new systems to be implemented.
That’s going to put a hardship on millions of Americans, but it’s unavoidable.
During these times, it will be difficult for everyone, however it could be devastating for the poor.
Before they can start the new systems, they have to eradicate the old one first which, consist of Social Security, SSI, Medicaid, and Medicare.
By eradicating these programs, and blaming it on the economic collapse, it offers them a tactful way of ridding themselves of this financial burden.
Of course they will play the blame game, to avoid one party taking full blame and responsibility, this would be expected.
These plans started under Bush and are now in the hands of Obama, and all parties since, have been working toward their new system.
Even before Bush Sr. the entitlements burden has taunted the Federal Government for years. They knew along time ago these days were coming, they knew at some point they would have to take action, which they have already started, watch the spending.
Republicans , have bashed Obama for giving out food stamps, and recklessly spending what they don’t know, is why he is doing what he is doing it. By spending as he is doing, it will leads us to our economic collapse… goal accomplished.
You can see how much he has spent in the last four years, Obama knows what he is doing, he is more intelligent then he is given credit for.
Don’t think that the republicans aren’t working with him, this is a joint project between both parties. Obama took up where Bush left off, and it’s been this way for years.
Romney, was the outsider who honestly thought he could fix
LeeLee

Cookeville, TN

#3 Nov 13, 2012
America, however, he couldn’t have. I’m sure he would have done his best, but again, it’s mathematically imposable unless they cut government entitlements, and this can only be done, under The guidance of the insiders with their economic crash.
Many of the insiders, believed Romney, wouldn’t have went along with the insiders to go forward, with the plans that had already been in place for years, working up to the crash of our economy. With Obama, they knew he would play by the rules.
We are living in a new age, and different times, America wanted change, instead they got deception by their leader.
The American people have the right to know the truth, no government should deceive the people, even when they think it’s what’s best for our nation.
America wanted hope and change in 2008, and will get change in 2013
Billy

Cookeville, TN

#4 Nov 13, 2012
How many idiots like this are there? UN, Martial law, end of the US, gun control, freedoms taken away. Discredited but still spouting crap.
well

Cookeville, TN

#5 Nov 13, 2012
Billy wrote:
How many idiots like this are there? UN, Martial law, end of the US, gun control, freedoms taken away. Discredited but still spouting crap.
If you read a post you don’t like you can always go FYM :)
POLITICALLY CORRECT

Cookeville, TN

#6 Nov 14, 2012
They’re going brook anyway nothing new
Voter

Crossville, TN

#7 Nov 16, 2012
Social Security, SSI, Medicade, And Medicare goes broke you will see world war three with in the United States without question because all these will be living on street.
Guest

Cookeville, TN

#8 Nov 16, 2012
Voter wrote:
Social Security, SSI, Medicade, And Medicare goes broke you will see world war three with in the United States without question because all these will be living on street.
It wouldn’t have if the system hadn’t been abused, since it has you can thank those low life’s who caused it.
I hate to see it happen to those who need it, but we will have no compassion for those who could work and chose not to.
They might as well face the facts, people are tired of them, as well as the ones who cant wait to get on unemployment and live off that.
These people don’t even care what they are doing to our country, We have about 60% of the population that is sick of it. And about 20% that’s should be deported that are here illegally.
Mark

Cookeville, TN

#9 Nov 17, 2012
Voter wrote:
Social Security, SSI, Medicade, And Medicare goes broke you will see world war three with in the United States without question because all these will be living on street.
I disagree, when they cause trouble they will be locked up. The best thing they can do now is to start planning a head, maybe look to churches for help.
HRHB

Cookeville, TN

#10 Nov 17, 2012
My opinion; if people are unable to work, they should go into a retirement home, where they can be took care of.
Those who don’t qualify should be imeadently discharged from entitlements, and forced to work and become someone who has to contributed something to our new society, otherwise I agree with sending them to the reconditioning center.

DeDominicis

“John Averitt is a molester.”

Since: Nov 08

Cookeville

#11 Nov 17, 2012
I think we should just fix social security and force the medical community give give us a fair shake in pricing so that money pooling schemes such as insurance wont be required at all. If those people were paid their worth, they wouldnt make half as much as they do. I'd be happy to see the fall of madicade, afterall its only purpose seems to be free insurance of teen mothers who have created more life than they can provide for. You wanna see good welfare, make those brats wards of the state and put the mother in a reform school until she's an adult.
They Cant

Cookeville, TN

#12 Nov 17, 2012
DeDominicis wrote:
I think we should just fix social security and force the medical community give give us a fair shake in pricing so that money pooling schemes such as insurance wont be required at all. If those people were paid their worth, they wouldnt make half as much as they do. I'd be happy to see the fall of madicade, afterall its only purpose seems to be free insurance of teen mothers who have created more life than they can provide for. You wanna see good welfare, make those brats wards of the state and put the mother in a reform school until she's an adult.
It cant be fixed nether can the economy it’s all going down so be ready
just asking

Cookeville, TN

#13 Nov 18, 2012
They will never take our free stuff no worries hear
Thought4u

Cookeville, TN

#14 Nov 18, 2012
They Cant wrote:
<quoted text>It cant be fixed nether can the economy it’s all going down so be ready
Less then 25% of the people in this country understands our economy and how it works, with that being said, I agree with you.
Gerald

Cookeville, TN

#15 Nov 18, 2012
just asking wrote:
They will never take our free stuff no worries hear
No, I wouldn’t worry, it will do you no good. What will be, will be. I would however start mentally preparing, for the future.

If you are supported by any of the government entitlements, or government assistance, Social Security, SSI, Unemployment Ect.
You should make a plan for yourself , your family , how to live and survive without these programs.
It may be difficult, but it’s the reality you face.
Sick of them ALL

Tullahoma, TN

#16 Nov 18, 2012
Gerald wrote:
<quoted text>
No, I wouldn’t worry, it will do you no good. What will be, will be. I would however start mentally preparing, for the future.
If you are supported by any of the government entitlements, or government assistance, Social Security, SSI, Unemployment Ect.
You should make a plan for yourself , your family , how to live and survive without these programs.
It may be difficult, but it’s the reality you face.
I sell life insurance, and a typical scenario is when I drive up to someone's home, the husband is out chopping firewood. We go inside and I take his application. When I come to the question about whether he receives any disability benefits, he says, yes, I'm on disability. I ask what his medical condition is which put him there so I can recommend the best product. He replies he has a bad back and cannot work. I'm tempted to say "what the hell is wrong with your back -- I just saw you busting that wood like a teenager!" -- But I'm a professional and can't do that.

This is the kind of BS that is dragging this country into the financial crapper. Eventually the money will run out and the joke will be on the bums like the guy I just described.

Oh, yeah, I have seen places in Jackson County where whole areas are on disability -- house after house after house. It's disgusting, these people.
Rove

Cookeville, TN

#17 Nov 18, 2012
POLITICALLY CORRECT wrote:
They’re going brook anyway nothing new
Yes you’re right….It’s Broke learn to spell
Rove

Cookeville, TN

#18 Nov 18, 2012
Sick of them ALL wrote:
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I sell life insurance, and a typical scenario is when I drive up to someone's home, the husband is out chopping firewood. We go inside and I take his application. When I come to the question about whether he receives any disability benefits, he says, yes, I'm on disability. I ask what his medical condition is which put him there so I can recommend the best product. He replies he has a bad back and cannot work. I'm tempted to say "what the hell is wrong with your back -- I just saw you busting that wood like a teenager!" -- But I'm a professional and can't do that.
This is the kind of BS that is dragging this country into the financial crapper. Eventually the money will run out and the joke will be on the bums like the guy I just described.
Oh, yeah, I have seen places in Jackson County where whole areas are on disability -- house after house after house. It's disgusting, these people.
Same here and agree with you. I have seen some of them drawing and have put out large gardens. Here in Cookeville a certain business I know of works 3 people I know.. full time who is drawing disability they are paid in cash.
Dave

Cookeville, TN

#19 Nov 19, 2012
well wrote:
<quoted text>If you read a post you don’t like you can always go FYM :)
He already did. Parts of TN are still into that
Real Deal 2

United States

#20 Nov 19, 2012
Sick of them ALL wrote:
<quoted text>
I sell life insurance, and a typical scenario is when I drive up to someone's home, the husband is out chopping firewood. We go inside and I take his application. When I come to the question about whether he receives any disability benefits, he says, yes, I'm on disability. I ask what his medical condition is which put him there so I can recommend the best product. He replies he has a bad back and cannot work. I'm tempted to say "what the hell is wrong with your back -- I just saw you busting that wood like a teenager!" -- But I'm a professional and can't do that.
This is the kind of BS that is dragging this country into the financial crapper. Eventually the money will run out and the joke will be on the bums like the guy I just described.
Oh, yeah, I have seen places in Jackson County where whole areas are on disability -- house after house after house. It's disgusting, these people.
and they all vote democrat.

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