Why do Republicons want to kill Medicare and Social security?

Is it so they can give more tax cuts to their rich cronies? George-Fox can be toxic to the mind.

Asked By: Google350ppmCO2 - 6/22/2011
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Get it straight -- US plutocrat Republicans have NO INTEREST in killing Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, they have interest only in killing the benefits... More
Answered By: Pluto C. Rat - 6/22/2011
Additional Answers (23)
If Democrats insist on not reforming it then both programs will end all by themselves.
Answered By: sound_of_the_silenced3 - 6/22/2011
Absolutely. They would rather have their Wall Street fat-cats get richer while Grandma dies due to rationing.
Answered By: Nancy Pelosi 2016 - 6/22/2011
Last I checked - Obama was the one giving tax cuts to the Rich - what else you got?
Answered By: George Smith - 6/22/2011
Answered By: Molly - 6/22/2011
watching msnbc again i see,relax it won't happen until obamacare kicks in,that's why it has to be repealed
Answered By: Barry's Change - 6/22/2011
Have you stopped beating your wife?
Answered By: Phoenix - 6/22/2011
Probably so they don't bankrupt the nation? Wow, that was easy. And they don't want to kill them, just change them into something know, like they should have been in the first place.
Answered By: Bulk Vanderhuge - 6/22/2011
Kill no fix yes, only fools think it can continue on the present course.Can't spend money you don't have forever
Answered By: Cris Ray - 6/22/2011
Yes... They want to get the rich FATTER and STarve everybody else.
Answered By: The Family Nugget - 6/22/2011
It is dying its own death. It is not sustainable and you should know that by now.
Answered By: Niles Crane - 6/22/2011
You answered your own question.
Answered By: Cherie - 6/22/2011
Its going bankrupt and raising tax rates on the rich doesnt bring in more tax revenue. Its things like this why people dont take liberals seriously.
Answered By: Redsox Fanatic - 6/22/2011
If you are referring to the Ryan plan, I should inform you that it will not kill Medicare and the Social Security plan in the senate won't kill social security. These are lies created by their political enemies.
Answered By: Miss me yet - 6/22/2011
Dems already killed it!
Answered By: Sally says... - 6/22/2011
They have borrowed soo much from it there is no way they can make it up.Here is another pointhow are they going to pay for future wars without that money.
Answered By: Pat zaza - 6/22/2011
Republicans are the only ones trying to save it. You realize that it is bankrupt- right? Obama Pelosi and all of the dems are sitting by doing nothing. Why do you not get that?
Answered By: Cookie Monster - 6/22/2011
Because republicans rather not have government involved in our lives. Plus the rich can't benefit off it
Answered By: NachoFlake - 6/22/2011
Socialist security is voluntary... More
Answered By: Laws - 6/22/2011
Simply put... More
Answered By: Irv S - 6/22/2011
Ah see, you, like many, haven't actually bothered to find out what the other side thinks. It's obvious because there is no Republican proposal to end Medicare or Social Security. However, those two programs have a projected 100 TRILLION dollar unfunded liability coming up through 2080 during which our debt to GDP... More
Answered By: Entropy - 6/22/2011
Considering that some 41% of the federal budget is consumed by social security and medicare and related programs (medicaid, CHIP). These programs are rampant with waste, and really there isn't anything in the constitution saying that the government needs to have these wasteful programs. With more tax cuts comes more... More
Answered By: M G - 6/22/2011
WOW, you have been completely brainwashed haven't you? Why don't you learn the truth before asking nonsense like that.
Answered By: Bob - 6/22/2011
I see that you have provided the most excellent links to support your question. Oh wait there are no links because you are LYING through the only tooth left in your head. Not only are you liberals are so d**n hypocritical... More
Answered By: justgetitright - 6/22/2011
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