Paul Ryan booed during AARP remarks

Paul Ryan booed during AARP remarks

There are 66 comments on the ClickOnDetroit story from Sep 21, 2012, titled Paul Ryan booed during AARP remarks. In it, ClickOnDetroit reports that:

Rep. Paul Ryan was prepared when seniors first responded inhospitably to his remarks about repealing Obamacare at the AARP conference in New Orleans Friday.

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Almost a Senior

Donalsonville, GA

#21 Sep 22, 2012
PooPoo Platter wrote:
<quoted text>
No kidding! They should have sent Mitt to pacify the seniors, Ryan is probably the last politician they'd want to see.
Maybe Mitt had a conflicting fund raiser to attend. Let's hope there is video...
LOL!!!
My mother, aunts, and uncles are already on Medicare. I am a baby boomer and have paid into this system my entire adult life. As I approach the time when I would receive those benefits, I can tell you that I trust the Romney/Ryan campaign more than Mr. Obama. When a president proudly states that his policies have extended the plan by another 10 years, I thing, REALLY?! What happens after 10 years? No only is he refusing to SOLVE a problem, his combined policies have already placed a debt load of over $50,000 on EACH American citizen.

If you talk to "ordinary" people who are on Medicare today, those who do not receive additional government assistance to pay their deductibles, you will find that the system is already shaky. The benefits have already been degraded, placing a financial burden on seniors who must purchase additional policies to close the gap.

Personally, I would rather have more personal control over my future. The social security/medicare "contract" between the people who pay in and the government who promised a return on the investment is already broken.

We have a president in office who has been freely spending BORROWED money for almost 4 years now WITHOUT A BUDGET. No business can function successfully without a budget. You simply cannot continue to spend more than you have!

The Constitution and traditional American values of personal responsibility + personal effort = personal PURSUIT of happiness have been replaced by Mr. Obama's "fair shot" socialism.

In all his efforts to promote "fairness," we have seen the number of welfare recipients increase (again, on BORROWED money). However, he has pushed to waive the requirement to work in order to receive benefits. That requirement to work gave people the opportunity to learn job skills, to experience a more fulfilling way of life than receiving a handout. That requirement should not be viewed as a punishment, but as an opportunity.

If Mr. Obama wants to "share," why can he not see that the workload must also be shared?! If we continue on this path, the United States cannot stand. Where do you think Medicare will be then? When the Muslim Brotherhood capitalizes on our weakness, do you really think they are going to worry about our senior citizens?

In our current situation, the simplest tests of the viability of a candidate's proposals should be: Can we afford it? Can we afford to sustain it? Are we fixing a problem, rather than patching a problem?

Mr. Obama is a smart, personable guy with an approachable manner, but his policies are ruining our futures.

Mr. Romney is a smart, more restrained guy with a razor sharp head for business and a deep concern for all Americans. He has recognized the dangers where we now walk. If we are to survive, don't be blinded by "cool." Think logically beyond the election and vote for our futures.

Remember the meeting Mr. Obama had with the Russian delegate? the meeting where he didn't know he was being recorded? the meeting where he sent word to Mr. Putin that he had "one more election" and after that he could be more "flexible"? I think the implications are serious.

Again, I am almost a senior. I DO NOT want more government control over my future. I AM NOT afraid of a voucher system. I AM TERRIFIED of leaving my future in the hands of liberals, who will continue to take what I have earned, give it to those who have NOT earned, and leave us ALL in poverty within a few years.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#23 Sep 22, 2012
Almost a Senior wrote:
<quoted text>
My mother, aunts, and uncles are already on Medicare. I am a baby boomer and have paid into this system my entire adult life. As I approach the time when I would receive those benefits, I can tell you that I trust the Romney/Ryan campaign more than Mr. Obama. When a president proudly states that his policies have extended the plan by another 10 years, I thing, REALLY?! What happens after 10 years? No only is he refusing to SOLVE a problem, his combined policies have already placed a debt load of over $50,000 on EACH American citizen.
If you talk to "ordinary" people who are on Medicare today, those who do not receive additional government assistance to pay their deductibles, you will find that the system is already shaky. The benefits have already been degraded, placing a financial burden on seniors who must purchase additional policies to close the gap.
Personally, I would rather have more personal control over my future. The social security/medicare "contract" between the people who pay in and the government who promised a return on the investment is already broken.
We have a president in office who has been freely spending BORROWED money for almost 4 years now WITHOUT A BUDGET. No business can function successfully without a budget. You simply cannot continue to spend more than you have!
The Constitution and traditional American values of personal responsibility + personal effort = personal PURSUIT of happiness have been replaced by Mr. Obama's "fair shot" socialism.
In all his efforts to promote "fairness," we have seen the number of welfare recipients increase (again, on BORROWED money). However, he has pushed to waive the requirement to work in order to receive benefits. That requirement to work gave people the opportunity to learn job skills, to experience a more fulfilling way of life than receiving a handout. That requirement should not be viewed as a punishment, but as an opportunity.
If Mr. Obama wants to "share," why can he not see that the workload must also be shared?! If we continue on this path, the United States cannot stand. Where do you think Medicare will be then? When the Muslim Brotherhood capitalizes on our weakness, do you really think they are going to worry about our senior citizens?
In our current situation, the simplest tests of the viability of a candidate's proposals should be: Can we afford it? Can we afford to sustain it? Are we fixing a problem, rather than patching a problem?
Mr. Obama is a smart, personable guy with an approachable manner, but his policies are ruining our futures.
Mr. Romney is a smart, more restrained guy with a razor sharp head for business and a deep concern for all Americans. He has recognized the dangers where we now walk. If we are to survive, don't be blinded by "cool." Think logically beyond the election and vote for our futures.
Remember the meeting Mr. Obama had with the Russian delegate? the meeting where he didn't know he was being recorded? the meeting where he sent word to Mr. Putin that he had "one more election" and after that he could be more "flexible"? I think the implications are serious.
Again, I am almost a senior. I DO NOT want more government control over my future. I AM NOT afraid of a voucher system. I AM TERRIFIED of leaving my future in the hands of liberals, who will continue to take what I have earned, give it to those who have NOT earned, and leave us ALL in poverty within a few years.
Don't worry. Just leave your future in the hands of Mittens and Ryan. You won't have one.
Barbara

Whitman, MA

#24 Sep 22, 2012
Almost a Senior wrote:
<quoted text>
My mother, aunts, and uncles are already on Medicare. I am a baby boomer and have paid into this system my entire adult life. As I approach the time when I would receive those benefits, I can tell you that I trust the Romney/Ryan campaign more than Mr. Obama. When a president proudly states that his policies have extended the plan by another 10 years, I thing, REALLY?! What happens after 10 years? No only is he refusing to SOLVE a problem, his combined policies have already placed a debt load of over $50,000 on EACH American citizen.
If you talk to "ordinary" people who are on Medicare today, those who do not receive additional government assistance to pay their deductibles, you will find that the system is already shaky. The benefits have already been degraded, placing a financial burden on seniors who must purchase additional policies to close the gap.
Personally, I would rather have more personal control over my future. The social security/medicare "contract" between the people who pay in and the government who promised a return on the investment is already broken.
We have a president in office who has been freely spending BORROWED money for almost 4 years now WITHOUT A BUDGET. No business can function successfully without a budget. You simply cannot continue to spend more than you have!
The Constitution and traditional American values of personal responsibility + personal effort = personal PURSUIT of happiness have been replaced by Mr. Obama's "fair shot" socialism.
In all his efforts to promote "fairness," we have seen the number of welfare recipients increase (again, on BORROWED money). However, he has pushed to waive the requirement to work in order to receive benefits. That requirement to work gave people the opportunity to learn job skills, to experience a more fulfilling way of life than receiving a handout. That requirement should not be viewed as a punishment, but as an opportunity.
If Mr. Obama wants to "share," why can he not see that the workload must also be shared?! If we continue on this path, the United States cannot stand. Where do you think Medicare will be then? When the Muslim Brotherhood capitalizes on our weakness, do you really think they are going to worry about our senior citizens?
In our current situation, the simplest tests of the viability of a candidate's proposals should be: Can we afford it? Can we afford to sustain it? Are we fixing a problem, rather than patching a problem?
Mr. Obama is a smart, personable guy with an approachable manner, but his policies are ruining our futures.
Mr. Romney is a smart, more restrained guy with a razor sharp head for business and a deep concern for all Americans. He has recognized the dangers where we now walk. If we are to survive, don't be blinded by "cool." Think logically beyond the election and vote for our futures.
Remember the meeting Mr. Obama had with the Russian delegate? the meeting where he didn't know he was being recorded? the meeting where he sent word to Mr. Putin that he had "one more election" and after that he could be more "flexible"? I think the implications are serious.
Again, I am almost a senior. I DO NOT want more government control over my future. I AM NOT afraid of a voucher system. I AM TERRIFIED of leaving my future in the hands of liberals, who will continue to take what I have earned, give it to those who have NOT earned, and leave us ALL in poverty within a few years.
See post below in response.
Barbara

Whitman, MA

#25 Sep 22, 2012
Tell the Republicans to stop blocking jobs. More people working means more tax revenues. This was all planned for a long time by the Republicans: part of their "Starve the Beast" agenda. Too bad you folks didn't realize WE are the beast. This is not a country that exists to benefit only the wealthy & their corporations. This country was founded for so that the average man had a chance to live with dignity. Cut all subsidies to corporations that outsource their jobs for cheap labor. As the head of Coca Cola said(paraphrased) "We are a multi-national company that justs happens to have corporate headquarters in Atlanta". There is NO loyalty from these corporations to America.
abe

Houston, TX

#26 Sep 22, 2012
Tony wrote:
Give Ryan credit he has a lot of guts going in front of seniors when he is going to eliminate Medicare, Medicaid, and privatize Social Security.
doubtful that his bill will ever get past the house.
Leave my ss and medicare as is.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#27 Sep 22, 2012
Tony wrote:
Give Ryan credit he has a lot of guts going in front of seniors when he is going to eliminate Medicare, Medicaid, and privatize Social Security.
Ryan must have a lot of guts. They were spread all over the stage.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#28 Sep 22, 2012
carey529 wrote:
<quoted text>
you just absolutely refuse to stop being an idiot, don't you...
Why should he? You haven't.
Seth Adams

AOL

#29 Sep 22, 2012
Barbara wrote:
Tell the Republicans to stop blocking jobs. More people working means more tax revenues. This was all planned for a long time by the Republicans: part of their "Starve the Beast" agenda. Too bad you folks didn't realize WE are the beast. This is not a country that exists to benefit only the wealthy & their corporations. This country was founded for so that the average man had a chance to live with dignity. Cut all subsidies to corporations that outsource their jobs for cheap labor. As the head of Coca Cola said(paraphrased) "We are a multi-national company that justs happens to have corporate headquarters in Atlanta". There is NO loyalty from these corporations to America.
Americans need tax slave funded union jobs. In North Korea, and Cuba those kind of jobs give the Dictators more Power over the other pathetic ciitzens. Let's move America FORWARD to a North Korean style future. If The Obama says it's all we deserve, so be it.
You didnt build that

Santa Rosa, CA

#30 Sep 22, 2012
abe wrote:
<quoted text>
doubtful that his bill will ever get past the house.
Leave my ss and medicare as is.
Ryan does have guts - like Romney. And soon enough, there won't be any ss or medicare - It's Romney and Ryan who are trying to save it.

What part of "there's no money left" are you having trouble comprehending?

Black voters should let go of their racism and vote for Romney. Blacks have suffered more under Obama than any other group. Seniors too will suffer more under Obama and his death panels - Can you say, "end of life treatment" grandma? Obama has already gutted medicare. He's planning on offering euthanasia to our seniors though!
abe

Houston, TX

#31 Sep 22, 2012
You didnt build that wrote:
<quoted text>
Ryan does have guts - like Romney. And soon enough, there won't be any ss or medicare - It's Romney and Ryan who are trying to save it.
What part of "there's no money left" are you having trouble comprehending?
Black voters should let go of their racism and vote for Romney. Blacks have suffered more under Obama than any other group. Seniors too will suffer more under Obama and his death panels - Can you say, "end of life treatment" grandma? Obama has already gutted medicare. He's planning on offering euthanasia to our seniors though!
ss is stable right now. the feds over the years owe 2.5 trillion dollars to the fund. if that was paid back and the 718 million obama stole from medicare. both would be in far shape. Sooner or later they will have increase the fees. as of today ss is stable, for how long , i do not not./ Truman was the first president to borrow from ss. serval more have borrow since. Clinton borrowed and gave ss paper iou's . he cut the military and used ss to balance the budget and every one thinks he did a wonderful job. he did do a wonder job on the seniors, no doubt about that. although Ryans plan will not bother me, i am too old, i don't like it and most seniors who have paid in many years don't like, but he and Romney will get my vote. no choice other than Romney. it is either Romney or a communist government.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#32 Sep 22, 2012
Lance Winslow wrote:
<quoted text>Pshaw! At least Catholics don't have six grandmothers.
The best Romney and Ryan can hope for is that the elderly don't vote.
&sn s=fb

Republicans have a plan for that.
BO Evicted the Poor

Orange, CA

#33 Sep 22, 2012
It has been revealed that Tony Rezco is a muslim Syrian immigrant to the US. He is like Valerie Jarrett an muslim Iranian born traitor. Both are slum land lords who preyed on the poor in Chicago, worsening their situation over the 8 years Barack was the Illinois Senator Empty Chair.

Barack himself, when he was allowed to still practice as lawyer, helped a slum land lord off with a mere $50 fine after evicting the poor into the street WITHOUT ANY NOTICE.

To Barack and his wife, Wolves in Sheep's Clothing, the poor blacks were trash. Mooch elle claimed sticking a knife in the necks of near term babies, mostly black, as a medically legitimate procedure. Sure, and lynching of blacks in the civil was a legal procedure too.

GET THOSE STINKERS OUT OF THE OVAL OFFICE. CAN'T STAND TO HEAR THEIR LIES ANOTHER DAY.
BO Evicted the Poor

Anonymous Proxy

#34 Sep 22, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Ryan must have a lot of guts. They were spread all over the stage.
Typical Democrat violence when he can't stand to hear the truth about his messiah, the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing. Beware the man who walks among you in your likeness. They are more dangerous than your known enemies.

You disgust many with your cheap retorts.
Pamela

Citrus Heights, CA

#35 Sep 22, 2012
abe wrote:
<quoted text>
ss is stable right now. the feds over the years owe 2.5 trillion dollars to the fund. if that was paid back and the 718 million obama stole from medicare. both would be in far shape. Sooner or later they will have increase the fees. as of today ss is stable, for how long , i do not not./ Truman was the first president to borrow from ss. serval more have borrow since. Clinton borrowed and gave ss paper iou's . he cut the military and used ss to balance the budget and every one thinks he did a wonderful job. he did do a wonder job on the seniors, no doubt about that. although Ryans plan will not bother me, i am too old, i don't like it and most seniors who have paid in many years don't like, but he and Romney will get my vote. no choice other than Romney. it is either Romney or a communist government.
Social security and Medicare have $120 TRILLION dollars of debt, of upaid for promises it has made to the baby boomers. That is $120 trillion (with a T), not billion. What Obama did is cut payments to doctors to save $750 billion over ten years to try to keep Medicare from going bankrupt, and now doctors do not want to take people who have Medicare because they get paid far too little. But as far as saving it, there is no way in hell Paul Ryan can give everyone who is 55 and older regular Medicare. It would cost about $80 TRILLION to do that. That is NOT going to happen. They are not going to borrow $80 trillion for any country nor print up any $80 trillion to hand out in Medicare. Not going to happen. they have to make it into vouchers now otherwise it goes under in about 2 more years.
Pamela

Citrus Heights, CA

#36 Sep 22, 2012
Why is it that the Tea Party's ONLY concern, it's ONLY issue is all of them collecting European style socialist programs like Socialist Security and government Medicare?? All the tea party ever says is "give us all money and give us all government health care, don't tax us more, pay us, let us live off of the government, give us our socialism, we hate socialism." They are the biggest phonies on Earth.

If your only issue is you want money from the government and you want health care from the government, then you are a big, fat European socialist.
BO Evicted the Poor

Anonymous Proxy

#37 Sep 22, 2012
Almost a Senior wrote:
<quoted text>
My mother, aunts, and uncles are already on Medicare. I am a baby boomer and have paid into this system my entire adult life. As I approach the time when I would receive those benefits, I can tell you that I trust the Romney/Ryan campaign more than Mr. Obama. When a president proudly states that his policies have extended the plan by another 10 years, I thing, REALLY?! What happens after 10 years? No only is he refusing to SOLVE a problem, his combined policies have already placed a debt load of over $50,000 on EACH American citizen.
If you talk to "ordinary" people who are on Medicare today, those who do not receive additional government assistance to pay their deductibles, you will find that the system is already shaky. The benefits have already been degraded, placing a financial burden on seniors who must purchase additional policies to close the gap.
Personally, I would rather have more personal control over my future. The social security/medicare "contract" between the people who pay in and the government who promised a return on the investment is already broken.
We have a president in office who has been freely spending BORROWED money for almost 4 years now WITHOUT A BUDGET. No business can function successfully without a budget. You simply cannot continue to spend more than you have!
The Constitution and traditional American values of personal responsibility + personal effort = personal PURSUIT of happiness have been replaced by Mr. Obama's "fair shot" socialism.
In all his efforts to promote "fairness," we have seen the number of welfare recipients increase (again, on BORROWED money). However, he has pushed to waive the requirement to work in order to receive benefits. That requirement to work gave people the opportunity to learn job skills, to experience a more fulfilling way of life than receiving a handout. That requirement should not be viewed as a punishment, but as an opportunity.
If Mr. Obama wants to "share," why can he not see that the workload must also be shared?! If we continue on this path, the United States cannot stand. Where do you think Medicare will be then? When the Muslim Brotherhood capitalizes on our weakness, do you really think they are going to worry about our senior citizens?
In our current situation, the simplest tests of the viability of a candidate's proposals should be: Can we afford it? Can we afford to sustain it? Are we fixing a problem, rather than patching a problem?
Mr. Obama is a smart, personable guy with an approachable manner, but his policies are ruining our futures.
Mr. Romney is a smart, more restrained guy with a razor sharp head for business and a deep concern for all Americans. He has recognized the dangers where we now walk. If we are to survive, don't be blinded by "cool." Think logically beyond the election and vote for our futures.
Remember the meeting Mr. Obama had with the Russian delegate? the meeting where he didn't know he was being recorded? the meeting where he sent word to Mr. Putin that he had "one more election" and after that he could be more "flexible"? I think the implications are serious.
Again, I am almost a senior. I DO NOT want more government control over my future. I AM NOT afraid of a voucher system. I AM TERRIFIED of leaving my future in the hands of liberals, who will continue to take what I have earned, give it to those who have NOT earned, and leave us ALL in poverty within a few years.
For the sake of Americans and the future of our young, I applaud you for your sacrefice and hard work.

Democrats like the majority of empty shills here at Topix, would rather push America and its future over the cliff to receive free loot from the government rather than sacrefice and work.

Your sacrefice and hard work, as for the 53%, will be reward not punishment. Hell will come for the sell outs, including Barack and his wife, as it already has.
Pamela

Citrus Heights, CA

#38 Sep 22, 2012
Almost a Senior wrote:
<quoted text>
My mother, aunts, and uncles are already on Medicare. I am a baby boomer and have paid into this system my entire adult life. As I approach the time when I would receive those benefits, I can tell you that I trust the Romney/Ryan campaign more than Mr. Obama. When a president proudly states that his policies have extended the plan by another 10 years, I thing, REALLY?! What happens after 10 years? No only is he refusing to SOLVE a problem, his combined policies have already placed a debt load of over $50,000 on EACH American citizen.
If you talk to "ordinary" people who are on Medicare today, those who do not receive additional government assistance to pay their deductibles, you will find that the system is already shaky. The benefits have already been degraded, placing a financial burden on seniors who must purchase additional policies to close the gap.
Personally, I would rather have more personal control over my future. The social security/medicare "contract" between the people who pay in and the government who promised a return on the investment is already broken.
We have a president in office who has been freely spending BORROWED money for almost 4 years now WITHOUT A BUDGET. No business can function successfully without a budget. You simply cannot continue to spend more than you have!
The Constitution and traditional American values of personal responsibility + personal effort = personal PURSUIT of happiness have been replaced by Mr. Obama's "fair shot" socialism.
In all his efforts to promote "fairness," we have seen the number of welfare recipients increase (again, on BORROWED money). However, he has pushed to waive the requirement to work in order to receive benefits. That requirement to work gave people the opportunity to learn job skills, to experience a more fulfilling way of life than receiving a handout. That requirement should not be viewed as a punishment, but as an opportunity.
If Mr. Obama wants to "share," why can he not see that the workload must also be shared?! If we continue on this path, the United States cannot stand. Where do you think Medicare will be then? When the Muslim Brotherhood capitalizes on our weakness, do you really think they are going to worry about our senior citizens?
In our current situation, the simplest tests of the viability of a candidate's proposals should be: Can we afford it? Can we afford to sustain it? Are we fixing a problem, rather than patching a problem?
Mr. Obama is a smart, personable guy with an approachable manner, but his policies are ruining our futures.
Mr. Romney is a smart, more restrained guy with a razor sharp head for business and a deep concern for all Americans. He has recognized the dangers where we now walk. If we are to survive, don't be blinded by "cool." Think logically beyond the election and vote for our futures.
Remember the meeting Mr. Obama had with the Russian delegate? the meeting where he didn't know he was being recorded? the meeting where he sent word to Mr. Putin that he had "one more election" and after that he could be more "flexible"? I think the implications are serious.
Again, I am almost a senior. I DO NOT want more government control over my future. I AM NOT afraid of a voucher system. I AM TERRIFIED of leaving my future in the hands of liberals, who will continue to take what I have earned, give it to those who have NOT earned, and leave us ALL in poverty within a few years.
Another "tea party" person whose whole family is all on government Medicare and getting big cash from the government who is also about ready to do same, and since folks are living soooo long now, we have parents and their baby boomer kids on SS and Medicare at the same time. Yahoo?? Two generations of tea party nuts on the government's back at the same time. Yahoo! And those folks do not pay federal income taxes. This is the tea party. They ALL live off of the government.
Pamela

Citrus Heights, CA

#39 Sep 22, 2012
The entire time welfare has existed it has used up a total of about $13 trillion dollars. Now, that is bad, I mean $13 trillion dollars wasted to produce criminals, yahoo, great stuff.

But, the reality is, because every person gets Social Security and Medicare, as opposed to a tiny segment of society being on welfare for decades, because today we have about $140 million old people who will be on SS and Medicare for anywhere from 20 to 40 years retired, the cost JUST to pay the baby boomers SS and Medicare is -$120 TRILLION. See the difference??

The fake tea party thinks it can end welfare and put that pile of money into those old rich folks getting their 2-3 govermnent pensions and into them getting government health care. No, no they can't. It is not anywhere near enough money. And what in the world is the tea party doing saying they hate socialism when all those greedy rich old people are after is government money and health care for themselves? They are so full of crap it is not even funny. It's old people trying to get all the government money spent on them only. What a big, huge pile of crapola. They LOVE socialism, obviously.
BO Evicted the Poor

Denver, CO

#40 Sep 22, 2012
Pamela wrote:
<quoted text>Social security and Medicare have $120 TRILLION dollars of debt, of upaid for promises it has made to the baby boomers. That is $120 trillion (with a T), not billion. What Obama did is cut payments to doctors to save $750 billion over ten years to try to keep Medicare from going bankrupt, and now doctors do not want to take people who have Medicare because they get paid far too little. But as far as saving it, there is no way in hell Paul Ryan can give everyone who is 55 and older regular Medicare. It would cost about $80 TRILLION to do that. That is NOT going to happen. They are not going to borrow $80 trillion for any country nor print up any $80 trillion to hand out in Medicare. Not going to happen. they have to make it into vouchers now otherwise it goes under in about 2 more years.
OH, SHUT UP. You're an Obot.

You claimed you were a Ron Paul supporter and railed against SS. Now that Ryan is here, you contradict yourself. Shut the fck up, you stupid Obot. You lie through your teeth and think no one is wise to your scheme.

Go away you stink up the place.
Pamela

Citrus Heights, CA

#41 Sep 22, 2012
If you live off of the government on socialist security and on government health care, they you LOVE socialism. You may not want anyone other than yourselves to get it, but you love getting it yourselves. If you really hate socialism, then end SS and Medicare NOW, end it on everyone 55 and older and do so quickly. Save the nation. Do away with the $120 trillion of debt in SS and Medicare. No more free rest homes for the baby boomers' parents going into Medicaid. Stop the socialism. End the socialism. End the entitlements now. Only give SS to people who have no other income retired. Let those who own homes take out reverse mortgages. Save to live retired yourselves. Get off of the government, stop taking money and health care from the government, end socialism, cut the spending, reign in the entitlements, means test SS and Medicare, consider the money you paid into SS and medicare a contribution to the war debt, a contribution to pay down the debt. Be patriotic, do the right thing, end socialism NOW.

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