Social Security will inevitably need to be altered — O’Reilly

Tip of the Day

“Protect Your Future…

…Because Social Security will inevitably need to be altered, you would be wise to immediately start saving as much money for retirement as you possibly can.” Bill O’Reilly.
 To confirm the jittery condition of social security benefits, the following was posted on Facebook from Senator Mike Lee. Regardless of the political nature of the comment or the truth of his accusation, here’s what he said:
“This is how it happens…

Last night (January 7, 2017) while you were sleeping the (U.S.) Senate voted to “steal” $150 billion dollars from the Social Security Trust Fund. I joined 34 of my colleagues in a vote to prevent this raid. I would like to thank Senator Rand Paul for leading the fight to protect  Social Security from the thieves in Washington, who seem to think that if they steal from the American people at night while they are sleeping that they will get away with it. I was proud to vote with Senator Paul on his point of order that would have protected Social Security, and I ask you to help me shine a light on what Washington has tried to hide from you in the darkness of night.

If everyone who sees this message shares it, it will reach millions of Americans. As someone who has been fighting for years to reform our broken government in Washington, I know it is exhausting, I sympathize with your frustration, and I understand your impatience. But don’t give up.

Washington wants you to give up.

Just remember, a vote to raid social security in the middle of the night in a desperate attempt to perpetuate an unsustainable spending addiction isn’t a sign of strength. It is a sign of weakness.

Editor’s Note: Those approaching or already into retirement should consider using home equity income (without payments) to shore up shortages to cover unexplained and unplanned financial events (HECM reverse mortgage) to escape this potential crunch in the event social security income is threatened in any way — See contact information in navigation bar for details.