social security for all aliens???

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Mankato, MN

#1 Mar 12, 2011
Those of us BORN in the USA have paid into social security. When it comes time to draw some out at retirement, many times it is not enough to live on. Now our government is considering giving social security to anybody who comes to the USA for all the benefits they can get!!! If they haven't paid anything in, how can they draw it out??? They say social security is running out, I can't think of a faster way to deplete it than to give it away to people who have not earned it!!!

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