Stop the Destruction of Social Security and Medicare

Sign our petition to preserve and protect these national treasures. You have paid into both programs since the day you entered the workforce. Social Security and Medicare are not entitlements.  They have been paid for generations by those who pay their payroll taxes.

We stand against the destruction of Social Security and Medicare. We oppose any cuts in benefits to either program. We oppose any Congressional Legislation that integrates US Postal Service Employees into Medicare as they have already pre-paid their health insurance decades in advance.

Expand Social Security because the money is there to make it happen. We oppose any privatization in Social Security and Medicare. Lower the age to enroll in Medicare to age 60.

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I don’t get Medicare. But I would be very concerned about my late husband’s Social Security.

We stand against the destruction of Social Security and Medicare. We oppose any cuts in benefits to either program. We oppose any Congressional Legislation that integrates US Postal Service Employees into Medicare as they have already pre-paid their health insurance decades in advance.

Expand Social Security because the money is there to make it happen. We oppose any privatization in Social Security and Medicare. Lower the age to enroll in Medicare to age 60.

My employers and I paid into the Social Security Fund for 50 years, and the Medicare Fund for 45, with the understanding that the government would shelter those funds until it was my turn to draw on them. Both funds were supposed to be maintained separately from the General Fund and not used for any other purpose. HOWEVER, the politicians, in their wisdom, saw fit to move Social Security into the General Fund so that the rich Social Security account could be used for other (pet) projects. (The last time I checked, the “borrowed” amount was $2.7 Trillion.) If that… Read more »

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