Here is the link. Here is a more recent article that refers to the first one.
That socialist program was started back when the average lifespan in this nation was short enough that few people reached "retirement age" and few lived very long past it. That lead to one problem with the system which is that the age for benefits should have been indexed to the average lifespan in the nation. These days people expect to live 10+ years beyond the "retirement age" and many live 20+ years. That will become more important very soon.
Another big problem is that the money isn't sitting in a savings account somewhere. The money doesn't exist until it is printed out of thin air.
All this is really just a symptom of the real problem with social security. The real problem is that it is run by the federal government and is not voluntary.
Can anyone with a brain look at this mess and still want the government to try and "reform" health care?
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