are you sure? perhaps if you understood the government accounting system(3 card monte) better you wouldn't come off as such a dummy.
Social Security is designed as a self-supporting, pay-as-you-go program, in which current payroll taxes pay for current benefits. This played out for many years, and with interest, the program has built up an annual surplus, which appeared to help offset the national deficits.
But, in reality, Social Security is not closed off from the rest of the government. The program’s surplus funds are frequently invested in Treasury bonds, and during surplus years, the bonds earn interest paid with other government dollars. And in recent years, the amount of taxes collected have not equaled the benefits distributed, leaving the Social Security funds facing a cash deficit, which then forces the government to borrow more money to offset.
This was the case in 2010 and 2011, and Social Security trustees anticipate higher deficits looking forward.
We see clear evidence that Social Security does affect the nation’s debt and deficit.
no one is ever held accountable in our shit gubment, but "the buck always stops here"... pretty much clears their name with us.
...well, he said the buck stops with him, so alls good, next.....i hate washington & go ahead & defend your side because thats how they are career politicos & we're stooopud, so keep it up voters, you all suck & never learn.
not so, dude
help was an hour away; there was a 7-8 hour firefight; help never came
there were drones in the area
there were cell calls, wires, cables, all real time, all telling about the attack
there were at least 3 calls from CIA agents asking for permission to engage. all denied
there were several prior attacks. all conveniently forgotten
there were the british and red cross attacks, causing them to rightfully flee the area
if you want to hang your hat on "the administration has not confessed to all that", feel free. feel protected. feel safe. feel whatever you want