November 16, 2010
A reader submitted a commentary to statemanjournal.com addressing the unnecessary need to cut Social Security benefits.
The reader says Social Security is not the problem because it doesn’t contribute to the national deficit. The reader says there are other solutions to balancing the national budget that are more beneficial than cutting Social Security benefits.
Do you think Social Security budget cuts are necessary? How do you think the federal budget should be balanced without cutting Social Security?
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