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Strengthen Social Security; don't weaken it

6:49 PM, Feb. 26, 2013  |  Comments
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Social Security is a self-financed program that provides earned benefits. It didn't cause the deficit and it shouldn't be cut to fix Washington's budget problem.

Social Security is now more important than ever for older Americans. In spite of this fact, there is an attempt in Washington to cut our benefits. They want to get rid of our cost of living increases and replace it with a new way of calculating the benefits. It is called chained consumer price index.) CPI is harmful to seniors. It would cut our benefits now and progressively deepen each year as we grow older.

We need to strengthen Social Security, not weaken it. Promises made should be kept.

Chuck White

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