April 14, 2011
Many are concerned about the future of Social Security benefits as President Barack Obama addresses the national deficit.
According to cbsnews.com, the president said Social Security benefits is not the cause of the deficit, but it represents a large portion of the federal budget, saying it “faces real long-term challenges in a country that is growing older.”
President Obama did not endorse raising the payroll tax or making any other specific changes to Social Security; however, he drew some lines in the sand to protect the program.
Read more about it here.
Do you have an opinion abut how the national deficit should be addressed? What changes do you think need to be made to Social Security?
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