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    Quote Originally Posted by rforgy View Post
    I paid in for over 40 years and have just started getting money back this year so I would prefer that everyone leave it the hell alone until after I die.
    Don't live to much longer I want there to still be money left when I get to start drawing my pension. LOL
    Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same. - Ronald Reagan

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    I personally want what I paid into it, preferably in cash; in one-lump sum, and to get-out permanently...

    IF I want to put it in a 401k or give it to somebody I THINK needs it, it should be MY choice...
    ITS MY MONEY...
    Charity Begins At Home... with Family...

    And to give anybody else that has actually PAID into it the same; get-out what they paid into it now for good and REPEAL SOCIALIST SECURITY...
    And the rest of the stinking Roosevelt(s), Kennedy(s), Johnson, Carter, Clinton(s), and Obama handouts, entitlements etc...

    Here's a novel idea...

    Lets leave the next generation some CHANGE in their pockets, so they can live in freedom that our parents/grandparents and us have been robbed of since Teddy Roosevelt & Woodrow Wilson started shoving Big Government and Progressivism down our throats...

    We need to get back to what this country was founded on...
    Small Government... Self-Reliance... The Constitution & The Unabridged Second Amendment as they were written and intended by our founding fathers...

    How about "WE THE PEOPLE"... for a fricking CHANGE?



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