Changing Expectations: Americans deliberate our nation’s finances and future

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  1. KenH

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    "We conducted twelve day-long dialogues
    in cities and towns across the country, each
    with a randomly recruited representative
    sample of 35-45 participants. These
    intense sessions focused on the kind of
    America participants want to see for
    themselves and their children, the role
    they want the Federal government to play
    in realizing that future, and the tradeoffs
    they are prepared to make to achieve those​

    ends in four specific areas: Medicare/​

    Social Security; defense; other federal​

    activities; and taxes/debt.​


    In all twelve dialogues, participants
    reached a strikingly similar set of conclusions:"​

     
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    From the OP:

    And if we hadn't killed over 48 million of our babies by abortion since 1973, we would have had those children paying into Social Security and Medicare and the ratio would have been much, much different for every 5 workers.

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