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indurancevile Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jul-20-11 12:25 PM
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8. good qurstion.
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  -Social Security Modifications I Could Live With stopbush  Jul-20-11 11:53 AM   #0 
  - I have no problem with any of that.  Atman   Jul-20-11 11:54 AM   #1 
  - agreed  proud patriot   Jul-20-11 11:55 AM   #2 
  - Sounds good n.t  emulatorloo   Jul-20-11 12:02 PM   #3 
  - Well that's not on the right track, now is it?  SammyWinstonJack   Jul-20-11 12:03 PM   #4 
  - WTH was AL Gore's lock box ?  PoliticAverse   Jul-20-11 12:04 PM   #5 
  - I think that they can't be borrowed from in the "lock box." No more IOUs piling up.  Zen Democrat   Jul-20-11 12:21 PM   #6 
  - The only way that you can have a true lock box is  exboyfil   Jul-20-11 12:45 PM   #12 
     - there is nothing wrong with t-bills as an investment.  Warren Stupidity   Jul-21-11 06:42 AM   #25 
     - Please.  FogerRox   Jul-21-11 12:07 PM   #29 
        - Did you even read my suggestions?  exboyfil   Jul-21-11 05:14 PM   #30 
           - Scored by the CBO the shortfall over 75 yrs is .6% of GDP  FogerRox   Jul-21-11 07:29 PM   #31 
              - Pay as you go and reduce the rate for everyone  exboyfil   Jul-21-11 08:57 PM   #32 
  - good qurstion.  indurancevile   Jul-20-11 12:25 PM   #8 
  - The issue is what to do with the money  metalbot   Jul-20-11 12:38 PM   #10 
  - It is worse that that  exboyfil   Jul-20-11 12:49 PM   #13 
  - It doesn't matter what it ACTUALLY is,  Enthusiast   Jul-20-11 12:58 PM   #15 
  - He basically means respecting the difference between the General Fund and Social Security.  Selatius   Jul-21-11 12:49 AM   #23 
  - ok  Stuart G   Jul-20-11 12:23 PM   #7 
  - I'd invest the surplus in state, municipal and school bonds.  Kaleva   Jul-20-11 12:30 PM   #9 
  - there's no reason to "live with" ANY modifications. when you concede that, you've already acceded  indurancevile   Jul-20-11 12:40 PM   #11 
  - True, with job creation and real wage growth SS might make it thru 2085  FogerRox   Jul-21-11 11:51 AM   #27 
  - I've got more.  Enthusiast   Jul-20-11 12:55 PM   #14 
  - No, there are more, in particular: increase benefits when possible.  damntexdem   Jul-20-11 01:19 PM   #16 
  - Hear, hear!  Cleita   Jul-20-11 01:20 PM   #17 
  - So, you don't want the trust funds to earn interest?  eallen   Jul-20-11 03:24 PM   #18 
  - It's not my money anyways. The Supreme Court decided that back in 1960.  Kaleva   Jul-20-11 03:27 PM   #19 
  - If you had done that under eight years of Bush, you'd have a better return on your money.  Selatius   Jul-21-11 01:52 AM   #24 
     - The point is: earning interest means lending it. Which means, someone borrowing it.  eallen   Jul-21-11 10:02 AM   #26 
  - MEDICARE:  sfpcjock   Jul-20-11 03:31 PM   #20 
  - k & R  donheld   Jul-20-11 11:05 PM   #21 
  - That works for me! n/t  Lugnut   Jul-21-11 12:26 AM   #22 
  - Do you realize that would completely over fund SS? Exponentially?  FogerRox   Jul-21-11 12:06 PM   #28 

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