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<<Now that I've complimented you on your example, how about responding to mine:

The single mother, age 24, working as a waitress. How much is she going to save by age 25?


Apparently she can afford to "save" the 15% Social Security and Medicare take from every dollar of her paycheck.

Why is it you benevolent types think you can charge people whatever amount you want in taxes and imagine everyone can afford that, but that few people can afford to save on their own?

Seattle Pioneer
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