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

kurban Wrote: Sep 09, 2012 11:09 AM
Plenty of that going on---and they must be more deligent on granting ssd---However my father in law had an awful stroke few years back---no way could he work EVER,and to boot he was just 57.Without his ssd he would be on the street---at least he gets by,and carry on what little quality of life he has left.
JoAnne127 Wrote: Sep 09, 2012 1:16 PM
Well, years ago, I met a vet who coudn't get some sort of disability for some reason. He was on crutches. I picked him up in my car (not knowing any better) and offered to take him home. I'll never forget his name was Bob "White (because of the bird)...and he had me drop him off in a park
in Waco. I know he was homeless, and just didn't know how to get the aid due him. There are good guys out there who need help, also.

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