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"It is true we are now collecting more money from Social Security than we paid in during the time each of us worked in the private sector.
Your math is flawed.
You and Thinking (??) shoud both stick to knitting."
My math is flawed? Knitting? Try reading the following.
Mr. Genius is wrong again, just like he's wrong with his flawed political logic, incorrect information he uploads repeatedly, and bogus conclusions. One such conclusion was blaming Trayvon Martin's father for his murder, which as we all know, was committed by Zimmerman.
I don't know the exact year he earned his SS pension but I'm guessing it was the middle to late 60s. So I'm going to select 1968 as one of those years.
In 2013 dollars, $665 was worth only $100 in 1968 dollars. That means Mr. Mathematical Genius would have to get back $665 in SS benefits for every $100 he paid into SS back in the sixties. And we know that hasn't happened.
And let's not forget the US Government had the use of his money for probably 35 years or so and earned a nice amount of interest on his money.
How's my math? Are you still claiming you already received more in SS benefits than you paid into the program?