Aug 14, 2015

80 Years Later, Republicans Are Still Fighting Social Security | Richard (RJ) Eskow

To campaign against Social Security is to court political suicide. (It certainly didn't help Alf Landon; he was trounced.) It therefore becomes imperative to convince voters instead that the program is unreliable. That's the Republican strategy.

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