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PRAIRIE GROUCH  
GRAND PRAIRIE TX  
November 10, 2012 9:28am
 
Alvin.....I agree. I realize that any sudden reduction
in entitlements will have to be phased in over the
years. I do not oppose some form of Social Security
but it ought to fully funded by the individual
contributing over a number of years. A form of Medicare
could be instituted by a similar savings plan invested
in a medical plan. Unemployment insurance ought to be
supported by a employee contribution. The population
needs to focus on long term priorities. In short,
we need to change our gratification goals from instant
to delayed. Of course, I guess any employer contribution
could be considered in the wage structure. I would
prefer a flat tax on all types and amounts of income.
When you tax everyone, the pressure to keep taxes
reasonable is vastly increased. I think that any
employer contributions including health plans should
be classified as wages and taxed. But as you know,
our ideas and solutions really don't matter. The
President and the Congress face a very difficult
road ahead and I certainly don't envy the awesome
tasks facing them. Sorta makes me wonder why any
man would want to assume that responsibility. The
before and after photographs of our Presidents reflect
the toll.
     
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