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August 17, 2009

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skeptical

Uh, many corporations DO handle their retirement funds like the federal government handles SS.....only worse in some cases. Some corporate run retirement accounts can't even pay 78% of promised retirement benefits. SS may have its problems, but they are solevable.

al m

Social Security was fine until they started raiding it for other purposes.

Push us too hard and you might find a revolution on their hands.

Most of us are armed ya know.

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