Social Security: The One Enduring Myth That Must Go
Filed under: Governing | Tags: entitlement, myths, private taxpayers, public employees, Social Security, social security myths, taxpayer |
The Fiscal Times ran an article about five social security myths that must go. Talking about missing the elephant in the room.
Social security myth #1: Retirement is an inalienable right.
Pop that myth and everything else falls into place. The fleecing of the private taxpaying public by the public employee unions becomes clear as the organized crime of influence pedaling that it is. Pop that myth and the magical, “I’m 65 so I get to go play golf at everybody else’s expense.” goes away.
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