Interesting piece in yesterday’s WaPo by Ruth Marcus, teeing up an idea for a bipartisan commission headed by Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Hillary Clinton (D-NY) to study and propose solutions for the long-term solvency of Social Security. (Wonder if they’ve signed the pledge?)
Not sure we agree with everything Marcus says therein, but it is certainly true that the buzz around the issue of Social Security continues to grow. It just might be that the stars and personalities have aligned and that real Social Security reform may be achievable.
Is that critical mass we see forming….?
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