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An Anonymous 50 Year Old Says Don`t Raise The Social Security Age—It Will Just Transfer Money From Americans To Immigrants
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April 24, 2011, 05:00 AM
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Re: Michelle Malkin`s syndicated column Make 70 the New 65

From: An Anonymous PhD [Email him]

While Ms. Malkin`s article is interesting, I find it insulting to think, if such were enacted, "cui bono"?

(Who benefits?) As a 50-something White married male, I just finished my Doctoral degree study program. I`d gladly work in my profession (University prof.) until 70, if I could only find a job, and not be passed over because of my race AND my age.

Work till 70? Ha! Not if it means being a greeter at Wal-Mart. I`d rather get my "damn discount" ASAP, before it`s all gone, for all the good it`s done me to believe the lie of "equal opportunity".

James Fulford writes: The subject of the syndicated column is one we don`t really have strong feelings on, but our reader is right that a decision to make older Americans wait longer for social security will mean transferring wealth from the people who were in America before 1965, to the people who`ve come after. See also the ending of Simon Krejsa`s latest column.