“Social Security’s coming crash.”
Who wants to get your Social Security back to as good as new?
Well first, let us see just what did happened
to the program,
since President Franklin Roosevelt
introduced it to the country.
The Social Security Act was enacted on August 14, 1935.
How could this happen?
The mechanism, which allowed the government to transfer $2.7 trillion from the Social Security fund to the general fund over a 30-year period, was the brainchild of President Ronald Reagan and his advisers, especially Alan Greenspan.
April 20, 1983, has become a day of shame. The Social Security Amendments of 1983 laid the foundation for 30-years of federal embezzlement of Social Security money in order to use the money to pay for wars, tax cuts and other government programs. The payroll tax hike of 1983 generated a total of $2.7…
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