It’s Congressional Call-In Day to oppose chained CPI

4 thoughts on “It’s Congressional Call-In Day to oppose chained CPI”

  1. People aren’t paying attention- so many I have talked with say the “news” is so depressing they have stopped listening. A dangerous trend. It’s not just the “cuts” it’s the creative/new math, too.
    Wake-up before it’s too late, people

    1. It is depressing. And I have mostly stopped listening too. I’ve realized it really brings me down. But this will be a direct cut to my income! This is important! Those dependent on Social Security need to pay attention!

  2. This reminds me of labor unions that refused to negotiate a reduction in benefits in return for maintaining a economically viable employer. Now we have Government Motors to whom unborn taxpayers share it’s debt as a portion of the $17,000,000,000,000.00 obligation for which we are all on the hook. SS is the only pyramid scheme that’s legal.

    1. If you’re that unhappy with the system, just sign your SS checks over to me. That will help make up my losses if the chained CPI is implemented, and you’ll be able to sleep nights. Hell, I’ll take those nasty checks off your hands even if the chained CPI is voted down. After all, that’s what friends are for. 😉

... and that's my two cents