Thursday, December 16, 2004

Stupidity Insurance

Todd Zywicki has an excellent post on Social Security and the common misunderstandings (or outright manipulations) of what the program was intended to accomplish. I've made arguments similar to the latter one before, the the first one is new to me.

On a related note, Neal Boortz has pointed out the last few days that if Social Security privatization is to stand any chance, it needs advocacy groups to counter the AARP. If I fail to get the job I interviewed for this week, perhaps I could find a niche as helping to organize such a group, as Social Security is one of the few political issues that I am truly passionate about.


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