Republicans, will you tell the youth how raising the retirement age will save Social Security?

So tell the youth how a larger worker pool with the wage competition to match is going to make it easier to get a job with a living wage. I would rather have good wages then Social Security. Republicans are the fading generations, why would they care about wages later?

Asked By: Growth vs. Oil - 8/9/2010
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What planet are you from, or is it you need a few more years of schooling yet... More
Answered By: akelleystr22 - 8/9/2010
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What would save social security would be for congress to quit stealing money from the ss trust fund ss never runs a deficit it had a 200 billion surplus last year
Answered By: John gibson @foxnews.crap - 8/9/2010
I am educating my children not to count on a government program, or hand out as a means of retirement. They will take care of themselves, and whats left of my estate after the government steals their 75% will also help them. This concept is called self reliance, a skill many need, but few have.
Answered By: Matthew - 8/9/2010
You will only get living wages when people quite buying foreign made products and manufacturing comes back home. The first step to that is to ban the unions. Plan and simple.
Answered By: Trust Me! - 8/9/2010
Some democrats want it raised to so you fail right their. People are living longer these days so raising the retirement age would ease social security and not put as much of a financial burden on it. Personally I would rather see Social Security phased out. Let the people who are about 55 and older collect it when... More
Answered By: Facts Scare Liberals - 8/9/2010
I tell my kids SS is a rip-off. Firstly, the govt has no biz in retirement. They buy votes with it. People should have the responsibility to provide for their golden years. AND get to keep & pass on all they save during a lifetime.
Answered By: Nikki - 8/9/2010
Yes, since we have more balls than you Democrats. Tough choices actually have to be made. The problem with this country is that they have been put off.
Answered By: TIGER LADY! - 8/9/2010
Social Security isn't and was never intended to be someone full retirement.
Answered By: Me - 8/9/2010
You and me both, brother, but the democrats won't let us do away with Social Security and manage those tens of thousands of dollars ourselves. In fact, wasn't it a Republican, Bush, who suggested we do something like this? Wasn't a Republican, Bush, who tried to bring Social Security into the modern age and was... More
Answered By: RitchWilliams - 8/9/2010
Its called cheat people out of their benefits
Answered By: avomatic - 8/9/2010
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