- Apr 5, 2014
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I think you are correct. They see a system that will collapse under its own weight eventually (nothing lasts forever). And someone is going to be left with nothing.^^^In my opinion most younger people feel they won’t get to enjoy the benefits or it will not be near enough to matter in their retirement....
That won't fix anything (although I think it should be done). SSA did an analysis on that a few years ago and the conclusion was that all that does is push the problem out a few years...... Much of the problem is the fact there is a cap on the tax and with the huge gap in wealth distribution in this country it becomes even a bigger problem....
Wealth inequality is a huge problem in the world that all governments are guilty of enabling.
Political will is very fickle. The world will be a very different place in 10 years; who knows what the economic situation (or political will) will be in the US.U.S. citizens won't let others in need go without social security income .....