I complement David Didimanoff’s Aug. 5 letter, “Time to change Social Security,” as it contains excellent suggestions for assuring Social Security solvency. The only additional one I suggest would be to keep Congress from dipping into the fund as a source for their misadventures. Unfortunately, Didimanoff does not appear to be qualified for Congress as he has the honesty to state that fixing Social Security “would require a small sacrifice on the part of everyone.” It appears that no one in Congress can ever say that.
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