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February 26, 2013

Dear Editor I am an one of many AARP Advocate volunteers across Ohio who is writing letters and making calls to our congressional offices and asking our representatives to not adopt the......

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Mar-02-13 9:48 AM

The AARP spends too much time and money supporting the party and the candidates that lie, cheat and rob from the elderly and disabled, and they always have.

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Mar-01-13 11:41 AM

As ANYONE with a brain and/or knowledge of fairly recent history knows, TWO things by TWO Presidents have done the truly big damage to Social Security. In 1966, DEMOCRAT Lyndon Johnson, with DEMOCRAT support from both houses, moved the previously earmarked Social Security fund into the governments "General Fund", thus un-protecting seniors and the disabled to strengthen his govt. piggy bank. Ten years later, DEMOCRAT Jimmy Carter, with DEMOCRAT support from both houses, passed legislation removing the requirement that people must "pay in" to the SS System in order to collect, starting a DEMOCRAT trend of vote buying from illegals and non-working bums that continues to this day. BCI is too illiterate to read some history and too biased to state the facts.

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Feb-28-13 2:34 PM

Dems are "Defenders of the Realm", eh?

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Feb-27-13 10:55 PM

You "strengthen" Social Security by not letting the GOP kill it.

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Feb-27-13 10:00 PM

whether it is Part of this discussion or a separate discussion, we need dialogue on social security, how to strengthen it, and be certain it is there for our children and grandchildren. That is a must !!!!!!!!

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Feb-27-13 7:39 PM

"Social Security did not add one cent to the current deficit and should not be considered in the current debate about ways to reduce the deficit."

Absolutely true, but the low information voters watching Fox "News" don't know that because Fox doesn't tell them.

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