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 2017

Update By Patriot

Bob Apple

Spokane, WA

Disgraceful how the

Party of Franklin D Roosevelt Who Created it to help

"American Seniors"!!

has been used to

destroy the Social Security System!

What isn't pointed out is the

"One World Order and Their Federal Reserve"

Private Banking System Owned and Controlled by the

Rothschild Family"!

The Rothschild's have used their money and influence to take over the Leadership of Both Parties until President Trump was elected!

President Trump and Cathy McMorris Rodgers should &/or could use

Glen R Stockwell's 20+ Year Proposal

to lead the

Republican Party

into restoring the

Social Security Trust Account

before the

2020 Presidential Elections"!

50+ Million Seniors/Voters

would appreciate it and so would the current work force!!!

Great Post Bob Apple!!

Proudly Initiated By the Party of FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT!

Regrettably Destroyed by the

Illuminati!

While Democrats have done

Nothing to Stop THEM!

Prediction Governor Inslee

Won't Help Save Social Security Either!

President Trump

&

Cathy McMorris Rodgers

& Maybe/Possibly

Patty Murray?

Governor Inslee Help?

Absolutely NO

Jay Will Be Counter Productive!

1.Will Fight to Preserve and Replenish Social Security's Trust Account

Which has

Had 2 + Trillion Dollars Stolen

By Politicians & Special Interest!

And introduce

A New 2018

Social Security

Financial Trust Account!

President Trump and Cathy are

Americans Only Hope In

Saving Social Security!

President Trump's

Social Security Pledge

To the Voters & Citizens of

America!

         President Trump Signing

New 2018

Social Security

Financial Trust Agreement!

 If you don't know the history of Social Security here is a quick & informative recap......

Social Security

Your Social Security

Just in case some of you young whippersnappers (& some older ones) didn't know this. It's easy to check out, if you don't believe it. Be sure and show it to your kids. They need a little history lesson on what's what and it doesn't matter whether you are Democrat or Republican. Facts are Facts!!!

Our Social Security

Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat, introduced the Social


Security (FICA) Program. He promised: 

1.) That participation in the Program would be

Completely voluntary,No longer Voluntary


2.) That the participants would only have to pay


1% of the first $1,400 of their annual 

Incomes into the Program,Now 7.65% on the first $90,000

3.) That the money the participants elected to put

into the Program would be deductible from

their income for tax purposes each year,

No longer tax deductible

4.) That the money the participants put into the

independent 'Trust Fund' rather than into the

general operating fund, and therefore, would

only be used to fund the Social Security

Retirement Program, and no other

Government program, and,

Under Johnson the money was moved to The General Fund and Spent

5.) That the annuity payments to the retirees

would never be taxed as income.

Under Clinton & GoreUp to 85% of your Social Security can be Taxed Since many of us have paid into FICA for years and are

now receiving a Social Security check every month --

and then finding that we are getting taxed on 85% of

the money we paid to the Federal government to 'put

away' -- you may be interested in the following: 

Q: Which Political Party took Social Security from the

independent 'Trust Fund' and put it into the

general fund so that Congress could spend it? 

A: It was Lyndon Johnson and the democratically

controlled House and Senate. 

Q: Which Political Party eliminated the income tax

deduction for Social Security (FICA) withholding? 

A: The Democratic Party.

Q: Which Political Party started taxing Social

Security annuities?

A: The Democratic Party, with Al Gore casting the

'tie-breaking' deciding vote as President of the

Senate, while he was Vice President of the US 

Q: Which Political Party decided to start

giving annuity payments to immigrants?

AND MY FAVORITE:

A: That's right Jimmy Carter and the Democratic Party! Jimmy Carter and the Democratic Party! Jimmy Carter and the Democratic Party! Jimmy Carter and the Democratic Party!

Immigrants moved into this country, and at age 65,

began to receive Social Security payments!

The Democratic Party gave these payments to them,

even though they never paid a dime into it! 

Then, after violating the original contract (FICA), the Democrats turn around and tell you that the Republicans want to take your Social Security away!

And the worst part about it is uninformed citizens believe it!

Are you one of them?

If enough people receive this, maybe a seed of

awareness will be planted and maybe changes will

Evolve. Maybe not, some Democrats are awfully

sure of what isn't so. 

But it's worth a try. How many people can YOU send this to?

Actions speak louder than bumper stickers.    

A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have. -Thomas Jefferson

Social Security and government payments go all-electronic Jean Chatzky

Jun 14th 2010 at 8:30AM Text SizeAAA

Filed under: Banks, Retire, In the News   

Social Security and government payments go all-electronicJean Chatzky

Jun 14th 2010 at 8:30AM Text SizeAAA

Filed under: Banks, Retire, In the News

surphace start Today the Treasury Department will announce that all payments from the U.S. government will be made electronically to consumers. So people receiving Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Veterans, Railroad Retirement and U.S. government benefit recipients will receive benefits either through direct deposit into a bank account or through Treasury's Direct Express debit card.

My Mom and Dad told me 30 Years ago the Government wanted to do away with money so the could have total access to everyone's finances, and total control over everyone!

Even in today's Monopoly Game, there isn't any money for kids to use to play with it is all done with a credit card (training the young kids)!

"Today's announcement is a win-win for the American public because it makes government more convenient and cost-effective while generating significant savings for the country," says

OMB

Director Peter Orszag about the program that is estimated to save the government $303 million in the first five years – including $48 million annually on postage. "This is precisely the type of smart, streamlined improvement that this Administration is committed to making across government to boost efficiency and modernize how we do business."

Some experts wonder, however, how easy adapting will be, particularly for those seniors who haven't gravitated to direct deposit or debit on their own.


Some 85% of seniors already receive their Social Security payments online. For some of the rest, making the change might be a little daunting says James Van Dyke of

Javelin Strategies

, a researcher in the field. There are people who are consciously concerned about security, he notes, but there are others who are creatures of habit. They may work in high-tech fields with high-tech clients but they still go into bank branches to get cash. "People are wedded to the past for their financial services more than in other industries," he says. "They choose their bank because it was their parents' bank. And they have a tactile thing about a piece of paper."

David Certner, Legislative Policy Director for

AARP

, agrees. "This will be a challenging transition for those who have been receiving Social Security for years and are not familiar with the [new options]," he says. Particularly for the unbanked – about 4 million of whom already receive Social Security. For those who are patronizing often-pricey check-cashing outposts, the debit card (which allows one free cash withdrawal from an ATM per pay period with additional ATM uses at 90 cents apiece) will be a savings. But not all unbanked seniors go that route, he notes. Some banks will cash the checks. Some grocery stores, as well. That represents a change.

The Treasury Department, noting that there are already one million of the debit cards in use, has several mechanisms in place to make for easier adoption. First, a leisurely timetable. New recipients of Social Security and other government benefits as of March 1, 2011 will receive their benefits electronically. If you're already receiving benefits, you have until March 1, 2013 to convert (though you could choose to do so tomorrow.) A call center will be staffed to answer questions.

Finally, there's the argument from a new piece of Javelin research – and it's one that reluctant seniors may not believe until they make the switch – that

going paperless makes you happier

. Clear the clutter, it seems, and you can stop focusing on unpaid bills and other tedium. Moreover, going paperless reduces – by half – the dissatisfaction that consumers have with whomever is sending the paper to begin with: banks, cable companies, telcos, etc.

Whether the halo effect extends to the folks in Washington remains to be seen. surphace end

surphace start Today the Treasury Department will announce that all payments from the U.S. government will be made electronically to consumers. So people receiving Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Veterans, Railroad Retirement and U.S. government benefit recipients will receive benefits either through direct deposit into a bank account or through Treasury's Direct Express debit card.

"Today's announcement is a win-win for the American public because it makes government more convenient and cost-effective while generating significant savings for the country," says

OMB

Director Peter Orszag about the program that is estimated to save the government $303 million in the first five years – including $48 million annually on postage. "This is precisely the type of smart, streamlined improvement that this Administration is committed to making across government to boost efficiency and modernize how we do business."

Some experts wonder, however, how easy adapting will be, particularly for those seniors who haven't gravitated to direct deposit or debit on their own.

Some 85% of seniors already receive their Social Security payments online. For some of the rest, making the change might be a little daunting says James Van Dyke of

Javelin Strategies

, a researcher in the field. There are people who are consciously concerned about security, he notes, but there are others who are creatures of habit. They may work in high-tech fields with high-tech clients but they still go into bank branches to get cash. "People are wedded to the past for their financial services more than in other industries," he says. "They choose their bank because it was their parents' bank. And they have a tactile thing about a piece of paper."

David Certner, Legislative Policy Director for

AARP

, agrees. "This will be a challenging transition for those who have been receiving Social Security for years and are not familiar with the [new options]," he says. Particularly for the unbanked – about 4 million of whom already receive Social Security. For those who are patronizing often-pricey check-cashing outposts, the debit card (which allows one free cash withdrawal from an ATM per pay period with additional ATM uses at 90 cents apiece) will be a savings. But not all unbanked seniors go that route, he notes. Some banks will cash the checks. Some grocery stores, as well. That represents a change.

The Treasury Department, noting that there are already one million of the debit cards in use, has several mechanisms in place to make for easier adoption. First, a leisurely timetable. New recipients of Social Security and other government benefits as of March 1, 2011 will receive their benefits electronically. If you're already receiving benefits, you have until March 1, 2013 to convert (though you could choose to do so tomorrow.) A call center will be staffed to answer questions.

Finally, there's the argument from a new piece of Javelin research – and it's one that reluctant seniors may not believe until they make the switch – that

going paperless makes you happier

. Clear the clutter, it seems, and you can stop focusing on unpaid bills and other tedium. Moreover, going paperless reduces – by half – the dissatisfaction that consumers have with whomever is sending the paper to begin with: banks, cable companies, telcos, etc.

Whether the halo effect extends to the folks in Washington remains to be seen. surphace end

THIS SENIOR CITIZEN NAILED IT!

Alan Simpson, Senator from Wyoming, Co-Chair of Obama's deficit commission, calls

senior citizens the Greediest Generation as he compared "Social Security" to a Milk Cow

with 310 million teats.

August, 2010.


Here's a response in a letter from a unknown fellow in Montana...

I think he is a little ticked off! He also tells it like it is !

"Hey Alan, let's get a few things straight..

1. As a career politician, you have been on the public dole for FIFTY YEARS.

2. I have been paying Social Security taxes for 48 YEARS (since I was 15 years old.

I am now 63).


3 My Social Security payments, and those of millions of other

Americans, were safely tucked away in an interest bearing account for decades until you


political pukes decided to raid the account and give OUR money to a bunch of zero

ambition losers in return for votes, thus bankrupting the system and turning Social

Security into a Ponzi scheme that would have made Bernie Madoff proud.


4. Recently, just like Lucy & Charlie Brown, you and your ilk pulled the proverbial


football away from millions of American seniors nearing retirement and moved the

goalposts for full retirement from age 65 to age 67. NOW, you and your shill

commission is proposing to move the goalposts YET AGAIN.


5 I, and millions of other Americans, have been paying into Medicare from Day One,


and now you morons propose to change the rules of the game.. Why? Because you idiots

mismanaged other parts of the economy to such an extent that you need to steal money

from Medicare to pay the bills..


6. I, and millions of other Americans, have been paying income taxes our entire lives,


and now you propose to increase our taxes yet again. Why?

Because you incompetent bastards spent our money so profligately that you just kept on

spending even after you ran out of money. Now, you come to the American taxpayers

and say you need more to pay off YOUR debt.


To add insult to injury, you label us "greedy" for calling "bullshit" on your incompetence.

Well, Captain Bullshit,

I have a few questions for YOU.

1. How much money have you earned from the American taxpayers during your

pathetic 50-year political career?

2. At what age did you retire from your pathetic political career, and how much are you

receiving in annual retirement benefits from the American taxpayers?

3. How much do you pay for YOUR government provided health insurance?

4. What cuts in YOUR retirement and healthcare benefits are you

proposing in your disgusting deficit reduction proposal, or, as usual, have you

exempted yourself and your political cronies?

It is you, Captain Bullshit, and your political co-conspirators called

Congress who are the "greedy" ones. It is you and your fellow

nutcases who have bankrupted America and stolen the American dream from millions

of loyal, patriotic taxpayers.

And for what? Votes.

That's right, sir. You and yours have bankrupted America for the sole purpose of

advancing your pathetic political careers. You know it, we know it, and you know that

we know it.


And you can take that to the bank, you miserable son of a bitch.


If you like the way things are in America, delete this. If you agree

with what a fellow Montana citizen says, PASS IT ON!!!!


This would change everything and should be retroactive!

No one has been able to explain why young men and women serve in the U.S. Military


for 20 years, risking their lives protecting freedom, and only get 50% of their pay. While

politicians hold their political positions in the safe confines of the capital, protected by

these same men and women, and receive full pay retirement after serving one term. It

just does not make any sense.

On Fox news they learned that the staffers of Congress family members are exempt from


having to pay back student loans. This will get national attention if other news networks

will broadcast it. When you add this to the below, just where will all of it stop? I guess

when you make the laws you can steal right in front of us.

35 States file lawsuit against the Federal Government

Governors of 35 states have filed suit against the Federal Government for imposing


unlawful burdens upon them. It only takes 38 (of the 50) States to convene a

Constitutional Convention

This is an idea that we should address.

For too long we have been too complacent about the workings of Congress. Many citizens had no idea that members of Congress could retire with the same pay after only one term, that they specifically exempted themselves from many of the laws they have passed (such as being exempt from any fear of prosecution for sexual harassment) while ordinary citizens must live under those laws. The latest is to exempt themselves from the Healthcare Reform.... in all of its forms. Somehow, that doesn't seem logical. We do not have an elite that is above the law. I truly don't care if they are Democrat, Republican, Independent or whatever. The self-serving must stop. 

Proposed 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution:

"Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to the Senators and/or Representatives; and, Congress shall make no law that applies to the Senators and/or Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the United States."

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