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Subject: Social insecurity ??? Date: 8/17/2010 3:38 AM
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Hi Everyone

Although I think some (maybe many)of you may disagree with this article on the future of Social Security, I think this a good Food for Thought commentary to be considered.

Personally, having worked for a large State Governmental Agency for several years, it's amazing to me that they can plan/budge ahead for even one year, much less 27 years in the future! There are far too many unknown variables to even try to project numbers that far in the distant future IMHO.


By Irwin Kellner, MarketWatch

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. (MarketWatch) -- Contrary to widespread belief inside the Beltway, the Social Security System will not run out of money anytime soon.

Here is the link to the complete article:

BTW IF the Mayan Long Count Calendar is correct ~~ we all ain't got nuthin' to worry about anyways right? ;)

Best Regards,

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