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Four More Years...and Social Security Disability Will Be Broke

hunkahunka Wrote: Sep 09, 2012 4:52 PM
SSD has its place in today's society by providing income for those who cannot work for health reasons and due to failures on the part of state welfare departments who are suffering record budget cuts to take up the slack; however, there has been a lot of SSD abuse as of late. Mainly from those who given up on looking for a job with a pay scale that they "think" they deserve instead of accepting a lesser paying job, then rebuild off of that via hard work. Many feel that is is not worth it or that it is simply too much candy for a dime to try to rebuild after a 25-40 year stint with a company and simply take the easy out. After all, they say, everybody else is doing it. Nanny state government needs to be cleaned up for use by the truly needy.

Today, we're going to demonstrate that the policies of multiple agencies of the U.S. federal government are responsible for enabling criminal disability fraud in the United States, with the cost of the fraud accelerating the pending insolvency of Social Security's Disability Insurance Trust Fund, which will put the program's legitimate beneficiaries at high risk of having their benefits cut after the fund has been exhausted.

Current projections indicate that the Social Security trust fund for disability will be fully depleted in 2016, just four years from the present. The projections from the previous year had indicated that would...

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