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Entitlement Transfers Have Increased 727% in Last 50 Years

putupjob Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 6:31 PM
Do out the math. You are probably investing more into entitlements than you are in your own future.
SelfGoverning Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 6:54 PM

Premiums on working stiffs have only begun to go up. It will get worse, but so will the quality of care; OwebummerCare has about 160 committees and a bunch of agencies to oversee it; Dem governmental political appointees for the most part. In due time they will bring our prized world's best health care to Russian 1950's standards.
SelfGoverning Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 6:55 PM

Fortunately we have a solution to that;

As we all know entitlement reform is a big topic of conversation for this upcoming election. Will the Romney/Ryan plan break down Medicare? Will President Obama continue the constantly growing entitlement program?

In a new analysis from The Wall Street Journal we see that entitlement programs have grown at an average rate of 4% each year since 1960.

The growth of entitlement payments over the past half-century has been breathtaking. In 1960, U.S. government transfers to individuals totaled about $24 billion in current dollars, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis. By 2010 that total was almost 100 times...