Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is to the left of President Obama when it comes to Social Security. She thinks the program needs to be expanded, you know, because it isn’t underfunded enough and the $17 trillion national debt isn’t high enough.
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Warren said Social Security is all that stands between 14 million Americans and poverty, and she called for “modest adjustments,” such as taxing the wealthy more, and bringing more people into the system, an apparent reference to immigration reform.buy phentermine online no prescription
Warren increasingly has been mentioned as a presidential contender. Promising to expand Social Security would appeal to the growing number of government-dependent Americans, and it would allow Warren to tout Democrats’ “values.” In fact, Warren did exactly that on Wednesday night:…
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