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Mr.

April 1, 2016
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On Jan 1, 2016 Social Security issued a zero increase. We need to change the formula and it must address Cost$ of Food and Healthcare. Also we needs some kind of action to Stop any party from not "Giving Advice & Consent" on Presidential appts.
Samuel W. Velsor iv, Arizona

Ms

February 22, 2016
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Fairness in education, health care, work, finances. Take from the rich and give to the poor. Be concerned more for others than yourself. Go into this to SERVE, not to make money and show off. There is too much greed no true Christianity Stop hating
Rachel, Pennsylvania

Why do Republicians always call Social Security & Medicare entitalment programs? That infuriates me.

October 23, 2015
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Working folks & retires PAID for these programs. Retires continue to pay for Medicare. They are not freebies. Welfare & foreign aid ARE freebies. Why do Republicans never bash them? Because every cent spent winds up in the pockets of big business?
Paul Lynn Thomason, Oklahoma

the party of the rich

September 18, 2015
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THE party of the RICH ...since most of the american/Mexican workers cannot afford CABLE or Computer they where left out .. so now they can took all the want we will not vote for them..except THEY BUY OUR VOTES, yes we can be had .. we they people
sam, Michigan

#16for2016: How will candidates save Social Security?

How will candidates save Social Security?

September 17, 2015
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Casey Carden, Virginia