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Post  Darth Cheney on Mon Jan 07, 2013 6:57 am

I am not intending to start any bash but found this information both interesting and alarming:

Fact: There were 159.4 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1940.

Fact: There were 16.5 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1950.

Fact: There were 5.1 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1960.

Fact: There were 3.7 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1970.

Fact: There were 3.2 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1980.

Fact: There were 3.4 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1990.

Fact: There were 3.4 workers for each Social Security recipient in 2000.

Fact: There were 3.3 workers for each Social Security recipient in 2005.

Fact: There were 1.75 workers for each Social Security recipient in 2010.

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Post  BladeRunner on Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:40 am

Darth Cheney wrote:I am not intending to start any bash but found this information both interesting and alarming:

Fact: There were 159.4 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1940.

Fact: There were 16.5 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1950.

Fact: There were 5.1 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1960.

Fact: There were 3.7 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1970.

Fact: There were 3.2 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1980.

Fact: There were 3.4 workers for each Social Security recipient in 1990.

Fact: There were 3.4 workers for each Social Security recipient in 2000.

Fact: There were 3.3 workers for each Social Security recipient in 2005.

Fact: There were 1.75 workers for each Social Security recipient in 2010.


I had no idea. I wonder what the 2012 stat is.....
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Post  Darth Cheney on Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:16 am

In 1980, an average Social Security recipient received a 1200% return on their contributions.

In 2010, a 250% return was experienced.

Once Oblahblah Care gets fully implemented, the drain will decrease as older people will be evaluated then denied care they receive today. Need a new hip, knee, etc. and your 70 years old, not going to happen. Healthcare will be rationed to the working class as the governments dependence on their wages will dictate who does and does not receive care. Welfare slugs...you aren't much value and suck a lot of government resources, too bad - so sad.
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