Saturday, August 13, 2011
CROOKID Social Security plan
> > Subject: Social Security
> > Non believers, Check it out...It's 100
> percent true.....
> > Q: Which party took Social Security from an
> independent fund and put it in
> > the general fund so that Congress could spend
> > A: It was Lyndon Johnson and the
> Democratic-controlled House and Senate.
> > Q: Which party put a tax on Social Security?
> > A: The Democratic party.
> > Q: Which party increased the tax on Social
> > A: The Democratic Party with Al Gore casting
> the deciding vote.
> > Q Which party decided to give money to
> > A: That's right, immigrants moved into this
> country at 65 and got SSI
> > Social
> > Security.
> > The Democratic Party gave that to them
> although they never paid a dime
> > into it
> > Then, after doing all this, the
> Democrats turn around and tell you
> > the
> > Republicans want to take your Social
> > And the worst part about it is, you
> believe it!
> > Pass it on please!
> > SOCIAL SECURITY: (This is worth the read.
> It's short and to the point.)
> > Perhaps we are asking the wrong questions
> during election years. Our
> > Senators and Congressmen do not pay into
> Social Security and, of course,
> > they do not collect from it. Social Security
> benefits were not suitable for
> > persons of their rare elevation in society.
> > They felt they should have a special plan for
> themselves. Many years ago
> > they voted in their own benefit plan. In
> more recent years, no congress
> > person has felt the need to change it. After
> all, it is a great plan. For
> > all practical purposes their plan works like
> > When they retire, they continue to draw the
> same pay until they die, except
> > it may increase from time to time for cost of
> living adjustments.
> > For example, former Senator Byrd and
> Congressman White and their wives may
> > expect to draw $7,800,000.00 (that's Seven
> Million, Eight-Hundred
> > Thousand),
> > with their wives drawing $275,000.00 during
> the last years of their lives.
> > This is calculated on an average life span
> for each.
> > Their cost for this excellent plan is $00.00.
> Nada. Zilch.
> > This little perk they voted for themselves is
> free to them. You and I pick
> > up the tab for this plan.
> > The funds for this fine retirement plan come
> directly from the General
> > Funds--our tax dollars at work!
> > >From our own Social Security Plan, which
> you and I pay (or have paid)
> > into--every payday until we retire (which
> amount is matched by our
> > employer)--we can expect to get an average
> $1,000 per month after
> > retirement. Or, in other words, we would have
> to collect our average of
> > $1,000. monthly benefits for 68 years and one
> (l) month to equal Bradley's
> > benefits!
> > Social Security could be very good if only
> one small change were made. And
> > that change would be to jerk the Golden
> Fleece Retirement Plan from under
> > the Senators and Congressmen. Put them into
> the Social Security plan with
> > the rest of us and then watch how fast they
> would fix it.
> > If enough people receive this, maybe a seed
> of awareness will be planted
> > and
> > maybe good changes will evolve.
> > How many people can YOU send this to?