Saturday, November 3, 2012

As I was saying...


Update on previous post, "Social Security in the Great Jambalaya,":  Dean Baker, in The Guardian, "Cutting back benefits could mean delays in repaying the government bonds held by the Trust Fund. The money to repay these bonds would come primarily from a relatively progressive income tax revenue,,,,Politicians, especially Democrats, who speak up for cuts to social security can count on lavish praise from the media." 

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