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Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President


Why Social Security Insurance?

Social Security Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Social Security System

It’s more important than words can explain. WE don't need Social Security Insurance going into a high risk venture such as Wall Street.

Social Security Insurance goes back into the economy without fail, keeps food on the table and keeps Medicare Insurance paid for every month without fail

Separating Fact From Fiction
Social Security Q&A | Dollars & Sense[/QUOTE][/QUOTE]
 
Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President


Why Social Security Insurance?

Social Security Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Social Security System

It’s more important than words can explain. WE don't need Social Security Insurance going into a high risk venture such as Wall Street.

Social Security Insurance goes back into the economy without fail, keeps food on the table and keeps Medicare Insurance paid for every month without fail

Separating Fact From Fiction
Social Security Q&A | Dollars & Sense
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This needs to be screamed from the mountain tops, where are ya Dems?
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 11, 2020
Contact: Linda Benesch, lbenesch@socialsecurityworks.org

Statement on Vice President Joe Biden Selecting Senator Kamala Harris as His Running Mate

(Washington, DC) — The following is a statement from Alex Lawson, Executive Director of Social Security Works, on Vice President Joe Biden selecting Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate:

“Congratulations to Vice President Joe Biden on an excellent choice of running mate. Senator Kamala Harris is an original co-sponsor of the Social Security Expansion Act. She is a fierce opponent of Donald Trump’s horrific plan to defund Social Security.

Sen. Harris has always fought to protect and expand our earned benefits. We know she’ll do the same as Vice-President.”
 
I asked a Trump supporter if they were willing to have higher taxes to repay every American ,who invested in SS, that sues and want their money back plus interest for the all the years it's been there.
He said he didn't care as long as it stopped being taken from his check and his employer raised his wages by 10%.
This from a 50+ year old man.
Crazy I tell you, just crazy.
 
Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President


Why Social Security Insurance?

Social Security Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Social Security System

It’s more important than words can explain. WE don't need Social Security Insurance going into a high risk venture such as Wall Street.

Social Security Insurance goes back into the economy without fail, keeps food on the table and keeps Medicare Insurance paid for every month without fail

Separating Fact From Fiction
Social Security Q&A | Dollars & Sense



FACT CHECK: President Trump has not said he will terminate Social Security


Glad to have debunked the above leftist :bs

Have a nice evening... :mrgreen:
 
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This needs to be screamed from the mountain tops, where are ya Dems?[/QUOTE]

sadly, you are right. The cultists will not say a word, this is over their heads. The Dem's must do all the heavy lifting.
 
Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President


Why Social Security Insurance?

Social Security Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Social Security System

It’s more important than words can explain. WE don't need Social Security Insurance going into a high risk venture such as Wall Street.

Social Security Insurance goes back into the economy without fail, keeps food on the table and keeps Medicare Insurance paid for every month without fail

Separating Fact From Fiction
Social Security Q&A | Dollars & Sense

Social Security Insurance is a good bang for the buck no question about it. SSI pays for Medicare each month = smart move.

The tax would not go away instead the money would flow into Wall Street which is high risk beyond reality..... this is the shady part. it will provide a sizable windfall for the large investors but will not necessarily provide enough for
workers to quit work at 65.

After the Dow Jones stock index went down by over 75% between 1929 and 1933, the Dow did not return to its 1929 level until 1953. In claiming that the rate of return on a stock investment is guaranteed to be greater than the return on any other asset, is a lie. If an investment-firm broker made this claim to his clients, they would be arrested and charged with stock fraud. Michael Milken went to jail for several years for making just this type of promise about financial investments.

With corporations routinely defaulting on their pension promises, more and more workers must rely on their individual wealth to make up the difference. The stock market collapse at the turn of the millennium wiped out much of the financial wealth of middle class Americans, and the collapse of the housing bubble has wiped out much of their remaining wealth.

What impact would the conversion to private accounts have on the national debt?

The government would have to borrow an additional $4 trillion over the next 20 years to make up the money that would be drained out of the system by private accounts. Former President Bush and Congress racked up an average $793 billion deficit each year Bush was in office.

Social Security privatization would raise the size of the government’s deficit by another $300 billion per year for the next 20 years. This does not seem to bother Republicans, as long as they are in power.

In fact, by the time the second Bush left office, the national debt had grown to $12.1 trillion. Over half of that amount had been created by Bush’s tax cuts for the very wealthy. Another 30% of the national debt had been created by the tax cuts for the wealthy under Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Fully 81% of the national debt was created by just these three Republican Presidents.

How would the rest of the U.S. economy be affected if the private accounts replaced the current system?
Put simply, moving to a system of private accounts would not only put retirement income at risk—it would likely put the entire economy at risk.
 
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This needs to be screamed from the mountain tops, where are ya Dems?[/QUOTE]

sadly, you are right. The cultists will not say a word, this is over their heads. The Dem's must do all the heavy lifting.[/QUOTE]

Not interested with your "stuff", just so ya know...
 
Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President


Why Social Security Insurance?

Social Security Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Social Security System

It’s more important than words can explain. WE don't need Social Security Insurance going into a high risk venture such as Wall Street.

Social Security Insurance goes back into the economy without fail, keeps food on the table and keeps Medicare Insurance paid for every month without fail

Separating Fact From Fiction
Social Security Q&A | Dollars & Sense

Social Security Insurance is a good bang for the buck no question about it. SSI pays for Medicare each month = smart move.

The tax would not go away instead the money would flow into Wall Street which is high risk beyond reality..... this is the shady part. it will provide a sizable windfall for the large investors but will not necessarily provide enough for
workers to quit work at 65.

After the Dow Jones stock index went down by over 75% between 1929 and 1933, the Dow did not return to its 1929 level until 1953. In claiming that the rate of return on a stock investment is guaranteed to be greater than the return on any other asset, is a lie. If an investment-firm broker made this claim to his clients, they would be arrested and charged with stock fraud. Michael Milken went to jail for several years for making just this type of promise about financial investments.

With corporations routinely defaulting on their pension promises, more and more workers must rely on their individual wealth to make up the difference. The stock market collapse at the turn of the millennium wiped out much of the financial wealth of middle class Americans, and the collapse of the housing bubble has wiped out much of their remaining wealth.

What impact would the conversion to private accounts have on the national debt?

The government would have to borrow an additional $4 trillion over the next 20 years to make up the money that would be drained out of the system by private accounts. Former President Bush and Congress racked up an average $793 billion deficit each year Bush was in office.

Social Security privatization would raise the size of the government’s deficit by another $300 billion per year for the next 20 years. This does not seem to bother Republicans, as long as they are in power.

In fact, by the time the second Bush left office, the national debt had grown to $12.1 trillion. Over half of that amount had been created by Bush’s tax cuts for the very wealthy. Another 30% of the national debt had been created by the tax cuts for the wealthy under Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Fully 81% of the national debt was created by just these three Republican Presidents.

How would the rest of the U.S. economy be affected if the private accounts replaced the current system?
Put simply, moving to a system of private accounts would not only put retirement income at risk—it would likely put the entire economy at risk.

bumper crop of facts
 
EXCELLENT FOR THE BIDEN/HARRIS CAMPAIGN!!!!

Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President
 
Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President


Why Social Security Insurance?

Social Security Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Social Security System

It’s more important than words can explain. WE don't need Social Security Insurance going into a high risk venture such as Wall Street.

Social Security Insurance goes back into the economy without fail, keeps food on the table and keeps Medicare Insurance paid for every month without fail

Separating Fact From Fiction
Social Security Q&A | Dollars & Sense

Social Security Insurance is a good bang for the buck no question about it. SSI pays for Medicare each month = smart move.

The tax would not go away instead the money would flow into Wall Street which is high risk beyond reality..... this is the shady part. it will provide a sizable windfall for the large investors but will not necessarily provide enough for
workers to quit work at 65.

After the Dow Jones stock index went down by over 75% between 1929 and 1933, the Dow did not return to its 1929 level until 1953. In claiming that the rate of return on a stock investment is guaranteed to be greater than the return on any other asset, is a lie. If an investment-firm broker made this claim to his clients, they would be arrested and charged with stock fraud. Michael Milken went to jail for several years for making just this type of promise about financial investments.

With corporations routinely defaulting on their pension promises, more and more workers must rely on their individual wealth to make up the difference. The stock market collapse at the turn of the millennium wiped out much of the financial wealth of middle class Americans, and the collapse of the housing bubble has wiped out much of their remaining wealth.

What impact would the conversion to private accounts have on the national debt?

The government would have to borrow an additional $4 trillion over the next 20 years to make up the money that would be drained out of the system by private accounts. Former President Bush and Congress racked up an average $793 billion deficit each year Bush was in office.

Social Security privatization would raise the size of the government’s deficit by another $300 billion per year for the next 20 years. This does not seem to bother Republicans, as long as they are in power.

In fact, by the time the second Bush left office, the national debt had grown to $12.1 trillion. Over half of that amount had been created by Bush’s tax cuts for the very wealthy. Another 30% of the national debt had been created by the tax cuts for the wealthy under Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Fully 81% of the national debt was created by just these three Republican Presidents.

How would the rest of the U.S. economy be affected if the private accounts replaced the current system?
Put simply, moving to a system of private accounts would not only put retirement income at risk—it would likely put the entire economy at risk.

Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse the Joe Biden / Kamala Harris Ticket
 
The right wing anti american GOP platform makes the Biden/Harris Ticket a no brainer!

Conservative men and women vote against women!



Secretive Corporate-Legislative Body Writing Our Laws*
The United States of ALEC: Bill Moyers on the Secretive Corporate-Legislative Body Writing Our Laws | Democracy Now!


The very Anti American right wing GOP has declared:

--- War On Good Wages aka Right To Work Legislation*

--- War against AFFORDABLE Medical Insurance and Single Payer

--- War On Medicare

--- War On Medicaid*

--- War on public education and Higher Education
--- War On Social Security Insurance*

--- War on the economy through Supply Side Wreckanomics*

--- War against women

--- War on the VA and Veterans Benefits*

--- War on Voters Rights = VOTER SUPPRESSION*

--- War on strict assault weapons regulations

--- War On National Monuments/Parks*

--- War on the press*

--- War on the USA Postal Service*

--- War On Environmental Cleanliness

--- War On USA Jobs through Free Trade Agreements and Leveraged Buyout Scams
--- War for Oil Control Worldwide
--- War on truth about global warming/climate change
Climate | Union of Concerned Scientists

Let's Support The Biden/Harris Ticket Now!

Let's Make Elizabeth Warren Senate Majority Leader = bringing it back to the people[/QUOTE]

Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President


Why Social Security Insurance?

Social Security Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Social Security System

It’s more important than words can explain. WE don't need Social Security Insurance going into a high risk venture such as Wall Street.

Social Security Insurance goes back into the economy without fail, keeps food on the table and keeps Medicare Insurance paid for every month without fail

Separating Fact From Fiction
Social Security Q&A | Dollars & Sense
[/QUOTE][/QUOTE]
 
I asked a Trump supporter if they were willing to have higher taxes to repay every American ,who invested in SS, that sues and want their money back plus interest for the all the years it's been there.
He said he didn't care as long as it stopped being taken from his check and his employer raised his wages by 10%.
This from a 50+ year old man.
Crazy I tell you, just crazy.

The Supreme court has already ruled in Flemming v. Nestor that there is no contractual obligation to receive social security payments.
 
The Supreme court has already ruled in Flemming v. Nestor that there is no contractual obligation to receive social security payments.

That was a case in 1960 tied to the 5th amendment and a law related to communism that has since been rescinded.
Although the SC did say there is no contractual agreement I believe it could be revisited on other grounds.
 
That was a case in 1960 tied to the 5th amendment and a law related to communism that has since been rescinded.
Although the SC did say there is no contractual agreement I believe it could be revisited on other grounds.

Not with this court.
 
Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President


Why Social Security Insurance?

Social Security Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Social Security System

It’s more important than words can explain. WE don't need Social Security Insurance going into a high risk venture such as Wall Street.

Social Security Insurance goes back into the economy without fail, keeps food on the table and keeps Medicare Insurance paid for every month without fail

Separating Fact From Fiction
Social Security Q&A | Dollars & Sense
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This is new information about Biden which deserves a standing ovation.
 
Social Security is our nation’s most effective poverty prevention program; its retirement, disability, and survivor benefits keep 21 million Americans out of poverty, including 14 million seniors. So, keeping Social Security strong is one of the best ways that we, as a nation, can address senior poverty and promote economic security for all.

Next .....

The assault on Social Security is under way - MarketWatch

When I was growing up, Social Security used to be called “the third rail of American politics,” because it threatened to kill the career of any politician who dared touch it.

Not, it seems, any longer.

Senators are seriously considering trying to arrange for the cutting — or gutting — of Social Security under cover of the coronavirus pandemic.

This is an attack on multiple fronts. It includes proposals to suspend, or even eliminate, the payroll tax on which Social Security depends, and arranging a secret — yes, indeed — conference on Capitol Hill to find ways to “save” Social Security.

Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wants this secret conference to be a condition of agreeing any further economic rescue package. He’s already on record calling for Social Security benefits to be, er, “adjusted.” Suspending the payroll tax as a “crisis” measure won’t help people out of work. But it will apparently make it even more needed to cut benefits down the road. Oops!

It will surprise no one that this attempt to violate commitments made to American savers and future retirees is apparently to be called the “Trust Act.” And my British friends always say we Americans “have no sense of irony.”

This forthcoming election may decide the fate of Social Security. The president has vowed to eliminate the payroll tax if he’s re elected.

Just one thing.
 
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The assault on Social Security is under way - MarketWatch

There is no Social Security “crisis.” It is completely made up. There is no financial “crisis.” There is no economic “crisis.” The only Social Security “crisis” is the crisis of people believing there is a Social Security crisis.

If anyone guts the program, or slashes benefits, they are doing so through choice, not necessity. And they are choosing to slash an absolutely vital program that keeps millions out of poverty and has functioned successfully for 80 years.
 
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VOTING BIDEN/HARRIS IS A NO BRAINER!!!!!

Conservative men and women vote against women!



Secretive Corporate-Legislative Body Writing Our Laws*
The United States of ALEC: Bill Moyers on the Secretive Corporate-Legislative Body Writing Our Laws | Democracy Now!


The very Anti American right wing GOP has declared:

--- War On Good Wages aka Right To Work Legislation*

--- War against AFFORDABLE Medical Insurance and Single Payer

--- War On Medicare

--- War On Medicaid*

--- War on public education and Higher Education
--- War On Social Security Insurance*

--- War on the economy through Supply Side Wreckanomics*

--- War against women

--- War on the VA and Veterans Benefits*

--- War on Voters Rights = VOTER SUPPRESSION*

--- War on strict assault weapons regulations

--- War On National Monuments/Parks*

--- War on the press*

--- War on the USA Postal Service*

--- War On Environmental Cleanliness

--- War On USA Jobs through Free Trade Agreements and Leveraged Buyout Scams
--- War for Oil Control Worldwide
--- War on truth about global warming/climate change
Climate | Union of Concerned Scientists

Let's Support The Biden/Harris Ticket Now!

Let's Make Elizabeth Warren Senate Majority Leader = bringing it back to the people[/QUOTE]

Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
 
Biden is Fighting to Protect and Expand Social Security; Donald Trump is Plotting to Defund It

Below is a statement from Jon “Bowzer” Bauman, President of Social Security Works PAC, endorsing Joe Biden for President:
“There has never been an election more consequential for Social Security than this one. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats are committed to protecting and expanding this vital program.

But if Donald Trump stays in power, he has*vowed to terminate*Social Security’s funding. Make no mistake: under current law, that means that in just a few years, Social Security would be no more.

Social Security is on the ballot, and there’s only one choice for anyone who cares about protecting and expanding our earned benefits. Social Security Works PAC is proud to endorse Joe Biden for President.”

Social Security Works PAC Endorses Joe Biden for President


Why Social Security Insurance?

Social Security Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Social Security System

It’s more important than words can explain. WE don't need Social Security Insurance going into a high risk venture such as Wall Street.

Social Security Insurance goes back into the economy without fail, keeps food on the table and keeps Medicare Insurance paid for every month without fail

Separating Fact From Fiction
Social Security Q&A | Dollars & Sense
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Extremely important ........endorsement.
 
Uh oh.

More old folks for Biden.
 

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