Man believes cutting Social Security isn’t necessary for national deficit

by Staff | December 16th, 2010

December 16, 2010

An opinion contributer to politico.com believes it was a bad idea for President Obama to negotiate tax cuts to Social Security.

It could affect Social Security benefits in the future.

The contributer believes cutting Social Security as part of a deficit reduction isn’t needed because he says Social Security is in surplus for the next several years.

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