Bernie Sanders & Social Security

Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. Social security is primarily a social insurance program providing social protection or protection against socially recognized conditions, including poverty, old age, disability, unemployment and others. 5.0/5

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Trump: "...I will not cut Social Security, Medicare, or Medicaid" - Bernie Sanders lays it out ;) via
Of course the Republicans have long wanted to privatize Social Security and destroy it. But
Before Congress cuts funding for Head Start, Social Security, and financial aid for college,
Bernie Sanders will protect and EXPAND our Social Security.
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Bernie Sanders writes for the Observer: Time to expand Social Security
Bernie Sanders exposed the GOP and the Koch Bro agenda to destroy Social Security,Medicare rob dis.Ve
At a press conference today, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) shredded the Republican budget plans while taking Republicans to task for cutting Social Security benefits for 1 million disabled veterans.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is warning that Republicans are plotting to cut Social Security benefits for 11 million disabled Americans through a rule change that would make it more difficult to fund the disability account.
LOVE THIS GUY!!! Bernie Sanders detailed a 12-point economic program to: - Invest in our crumbling infrastructure with a major program to create jobs by rebuilding roads, bridges, water systems, waste water plants, airports, railroads and schools. – Transform energy systems away from fossil fuels to create jobs while beginning to reverse Global Warming and make the planet habitable for future generations. – Develop new economic models to support workers in the United States instead of giving tax breaks to corporations which ship jobs to low-wage countries overseas. – Make it easier for workers to join unions and bargain for higher wages and benefits. – Raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour so no one who works 40 hours a week will live in poverty. – Provide equal pay for women workers who now make 78 percent of what male counterparts make. – Reform trade policies that have shuttered more than 60,000 factories and cost more than 4.9 million decent-paying manufacturing jobs. – Make ...
I'm so tired of the talk in Congress over cuts to Social Security which is a self-funding "entitlement" keeping seniors from poverty these days, I hope Sen. Bernie Sanders is successful in his proposal...
Bernie Sanders: "If you want to cut Social Security & Medicare, fine, go ahead and vote Republican" . I don't want them to gut SS.
Bernie Sanders: Social Security is not going broke.
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders is a danger to the GOP agenda to destroy Social Security,Medicare, Vets
from Gary Schrecengost: I know this is long but if you focus on the 1980 Libertarian Platform that VP candidate David Koch ran on, you will understand some of the scary issues that are becoming reality due to Koch funded GOP and Tea Party bills and initiatives, as well as their propaganda machines like the American Heritage Foundation and the Cato Institute and the Bill creationist group ALEC. Read what the platform says about the USPS, Social Security, Medicare and other Social Programs and Federal Agencies. I didn't realize the breadth/depth and scope of the Koch Bros hatred for the Middle Class, Poor, , Senior Citizens, Disabled and Disenfranchised nor how far back their influence has been, nor their desire to end the Laws and structure of USA Government as we've known it for the past 230+ years. Please read, share and vote! "What Do the Koch Brothers Want?" by Bernie Sanders. the Koch Brothers, $80 billion in wealth, apparently, is not good enough. Owning the second largest private company in America ...
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Our Right wing... gov?... Pence is being wooed by the leaders of the GOP!. if a woman runs? or Bernie Sanders runs... or anyone who has different goals and even if is in middle of the road?... many elderly will vote for them. You see.. big money is trying to kill Social Security, Medicare, Unemployment Ins. Affordable Health Care Act.. and the New Deal Roosevelt put into place from 1934 to 1944. Anyone paying attention to the money men?.. hope so.
"House Republicans on Thursday muscled through a slash-and-burn budget that would hurt seniors on Medicare and Social Security, families on Medicaid, children and seniors who rely on food stamps and college students struggling to afford tuition. "Vulgar and Obscene" says Bernie Sanders." To summarize the GOP plan, here are the bulletin points. Be sure to do something about this come November. Vote them out. I know will be doing my part. Hope to see you all at the polls! -Repeals Obamacare -Privatizes Medicare ($129 billion) -Block Granting Medicaid to states ($732 billion) – Ends Medicaid guarantee. -Cuts $125 billion to food stamps -Reopens the prescription drug donut hole -Cuts student aid -Slashes money for schools -Cuts money for roads -Cuts money for research -Raises taxes on Middle Class by for families of two by an average of $2,000 a year -Cuts income tax to the rich – two rates (25% & 10%) -Lowers corporate tax rate go from 35% to 25% -Increase military spending $483 billion -Keeps all oi ...
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), and much of the left, are praising President Obama's budget today because he has dropped his proposal to cut Social Security via Chained CPI.
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Veterans: A measure by Veterans' Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders is expected to face a procedural vote as soon as Tuesday. The legislation includes measures to permit veterans to receive in-state tuition benefits should they change their state of residence; provide a broader dental program; and require additional congressional oversight for the Veterans Administration's new digital tracking system for disability claims, National Journal reported. Comcast: Comcast's plan to buy Time Warner Cable so far has not drawn much explicit opposition on Capitol Hill. Sen. Sanders said more media consolidation would mean "less local control, fewer outlets offering differing viewpoints and less ownership diversity." Sanders posted a poll on his website asking people whether regulators should approve such a deal, Communications Daily reported. Sen. Al Franken asked the FCC, Justice Department and FTC for a review. Social Security: President Obama dropped a controversial ...
Sixteen senators told President Barack Obama on Friday not to cut Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid in his annual budget, Sen. Bernie Sanders authored the letter telling the president not to endanger the Middle Class and contribute to growing inequality by cutting the nation’s vital safety net,…
A group of senators today urged President Barack Obama to spare Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid in the budget blueprint that he will submit to Congress on March 4.A letter written by Sen. Bernie Sanders and signed by 15 other senators praised the president for improving the economy and creati...
Randall, We need you to join us to call on President Obama to keep Social Security cuts out of his budget! Join 50,000 people who have already taken action telling President Obama that we need to expand--not cut--our Social Security system. Thank you, Michael Phelan Social Security Works Take Action Make sure the Chained CPI stays gone. Randall, Last year, President Obama put a Social Security cut called the Chained CPI in his budget. A lot has happened since then. Americans from all political stripes are calling for Social Security to be expanded—not cut. The question is: will President Obama listen? Sign our petition to President Obama: No cuts to our earned Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid benefits in your budget or State of the Union Address. We will join our voices with Sen. Bernie Sanders who said, “I certainly hope that the president has learned a lesson from this whole process. To be honest with you, I just can’t imagine what staff people gave him the disastrous advice to propose a chai ...
According to Sen. Bernie Sanders: The Wall Street leaders whose recklessness and illegal behavior caused this terrible recession are now lecturing the American people on the need for courage to deal with the nation’s finances and deficit crisis. Before telling us why we should cut Social Security, Medicare and other vitally important programs, these CEOs might want to take a hard look at their responsibility for causing the deficit and this terrible recession. Our Wall Street friends might also want to show some courage of their own by suggesting that the wealthiest people in this country, like them, start paying their fair share of taxes. They might work to end the outrageous corporate loopholes, Tax Havens and outsourcing provisions that their lobbyists have littered throughout the tax code – contributing greatly to our deficit. Many of the CEOs who signed the deficit-reduction letter run corporations that evaded at least $34.5 billion in taxes by setting up more than 600 subsidiaries in the Cayman ...
Robert, Not that long ago, Republicans, the corporate media, and centrist Democrats were locked together in an unholy alliance that was pushing the Wall Street agenda on the entire country. It seemed like we only heard one thing from Washington: that we needed to reduce the deficit, and that hardworking Americans would have to pay the price. My how things have changed. Now the United States Senate is talking about the need for real banking reform and the need to expand Social Security. And it didn't happen by accident -- progressives made it happen. We elected Elizabeth Warren, Tammy Baldwin, and Chris Murphy to the United States Senate. And we reelected Bernie Sanders and Sherrod Brown. Now it's time to start building our next electoral victories. Today, we are uniting to support three terrific candidates up in 2014: Alison Lundergan Grimes, Al Franken, and Jeff Merkley. Our goal is to raise 1,000 grassroots contributions before their campaigns' reporting deadlines, and we're already 80% of the way the ...
Budget Bill Sent to White House: The Senate on Wednesday evening passed and sent to President Obama a budget that averts another government shutdown, eases sharp spending cuts known as sequestration and spares Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid from proposed cuts in benefits. In what he called a difficult decision, Sen. Bernie Sanders voted with the 64 - 36 majority to pass the budget. He voiced disappointment that it does nothing to create jobs and continues tax breaks for profitable corporations. His decision to vote for the bill boiled down to a choice between the “lesser of two evils,” Sanders said in an interview minutes after the vote with MSNBC’s Ed Schultz. Watch the interview:
Budget Pact: Key congressional budget negotiators reached agreement Tuesday evening on a two-year plan to restore about $63 billion in automatic spending cuts. Sen. Bernie Sanders is a member of the special Senate and House budget committee, which still must go along with the deal before the full House and Senate consider the legislation. Interviewed by Chris Hayes on MSNBC not long after the agreement was outlined, Sanders assessed the pros – no cuts in Social Security or Medicare, Saturday mail survives – and the cons – corporations keep their tax loopholes, no jobs program, no extension of expiring benefits for the long-term unemployed. Watch Sen. Sanders on MSNBC:
Social Security is a promise that we cannot and must not break. Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sanders could run for president in 2016, as an Independent. "Sanders said that there needs to be a 2016 candidate who will go after Wall Street, focus on poverty and the collapse of the Middle Class, address Global Warming and oppose cuts to Social Security and Medicare -- all issues that Sanders has taken on while in the Senate." Would you vote for Bernie? (Source in the first comment.)
Josephine is telling President Barack Obama to protect Social Security, and so is Bernie Sanders. Check out his petition here:
Bernie Sanders is showing Ted Cruz what real people power looks like as his coalition to protect Social Security and Medicare has gathered nearly 500,000 petition signatures in a matter of days.
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It certainly appears that Bernie Sanders is not controlled by corporate owners: "Instead of talking about cuts in Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, we must end the absurdity of corporations not paying a nickel in federal income taxes," Sanders wrote. "We cannot cut programs that working families depend on." (Source posted as first comment.)
Go Bernie Go ---> You gotta love it when Sen. Bernie Sanders rages on possible Social Security cuts
he will never cut social security and Bernie Sanders on the committee will assure that.
Day Seven: As the government shutdown headed into a second week with no resolution in sight, Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday made three key points. First, Democrats already made significant concessions in the budget talks by agreeing to lower spending levels. The Senate went along with a House budget that would continue across-the-board cuts known as sequestration. That was a “major concession,” Sanders said, but House Republicans keep adding new demands. Second, the senator doubted House Speaker John Boehner’s claim that the Senate-passed spending resolution wouldn’t pass the House. In fact, some 20 House Republicans have signaled that they would support a so-called clean resolution and vote with House Democrats to reopen the government “Bring it to a vote, let's find out what's happening,” Sanders told Thomas Roberts on MSNBC. Third, the shutdown strategy was planned and paid for by the Koch Brothers and other wealthy individuals who want to defund the Affordable Care Act, cut Social Security ...
Just watched Bernie Sanders (D-VT) on the floor of the Senate. Quoted many Republicans from 1936 (Alf Landon, Herbert Hoover), and from 1965 (Ronald Reagan) predicting doomsday national destruction if Social Security, Medicare passed. Will not defer to hostage taking over ACA.
Bernie Sanders is on the Senate floor misquoting Alf Landon on Social Security.
Mitt Romney paid a 13% rate on income of many millions. The lowest earner who works for himself/herself pays 15% for Social Security taxes. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) says let's remove the cap on Social Security tax, and tax millionaires just like everyone else. It will make social security save forever. And will make sure millionaires and billionaires pay at least 15% of their income in some kind of tax.
"As a senior who relies on Social Security and Medicare, I thank Bernie Sanders for all his hard work!…
Disabled Vets Veterans’ service organizations are stepping out in opposition to a House bill that would tie disabled veterans benefits cost-of-living adjustments to Social Security increases. Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Senate veterans’ committee chairman, remains a “key ally” in opposition a stingier…
Social Security Summit: Sen. Bernie Sanders on Wednesday brought together seniors and veterans organizations and other members of Congress for a Capitol summit meeting to protest proposed cuts in Social Security and disabled veterans’ benefits. “There are fair ways to reduce deficit but balancing the budget on the backs of the elderly, the sick, the children and the poor are not among them,” Sanders said. Watch highlights from the summit: reading here:
Bernie Sanders:"Obama's budget would make significant cuts in Social Security & lower benefits for disabled veterans"
Petition via / Sen. Bernie Sanders' petition to oppose chained CPI "cuts" to Social Security.
United Steelworkers Union & Sen Sanders Want Congress To ‘Keep Social Security Promise’ Announces Support of ‘Keep Social Security Promises Act’ U.S. Sen. Sanders, Rep. Peter DeFazio introduce bills to strengthen benefits Leo W. Gerard, President of the United Steelworkers (USW) today released a letter supporting today’s introduction of legislation by U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) cosponsored by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) to strengthen Social Security by making the wealthiest Americans pay the same payroll tax that nearly everyone else already pays. Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) introduced the companion bill in the House. The legislation is titled: ‘Keeping Our Social Security Promises Act of 2013.’ “The United Steelworkers is proud to stand with you and support this vital legislation to protect the integrity and longevity of our nation’s retirement system,” Gerard wrote. “Your bill will make Social Security fully solvent for the next 75 years and do so without having t ...
Bernie Sanders and Dems introduce a bill to take the cap off Social Security which will secure it for the next 50 years!! This will protect Vets and everyone! Let your Congress Person and Senate hear from you on the support of this!!! Force Boehner to bring it to a vote!!! SS has over 2.7 Trillion in it now, before Congress takes any more of your money that is not theirs!!
Bernie Sanders on Jacob Lew Treasury Confirmation I copied the whole speech; it is public information & available on Bernie's website. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) Feb. 27, 2013 Senate Floor Statement on the Confirmation of Jacob Lew to the Treasury Secretary Mr. SANDERS. Madam President, I say to my friend that he is right when he said that I oppose the Lew nomination also. I oppose his nomination for different reasons than he does, and I will speak later on that issue. From my perspective, at a time when the Middle Class is disappearing, when we have 46 million people living in poverty, when we have the most unequal distribution of wealth and income since the Great Depression, we need a Secretary of Treasury who is going to stand up for working families and be prepared to take on Wall Street. He needs to be prepared to change our disastrous trade policies, be prepared to defend Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and the safety net that is so important to tens of millions of Americans. That is my obj ...
Sen. Bernie Sanders continues to be one of the stand-up guys in the Senate with telling it straight when it comes to the fact that Social Security does not add a dime to our deficit and that if President Obama wants to do something about the deficit, he needs to be cutting that corporate welfare, in...
So glad to hear Rep Jerrold Nadler telling the truth about Social Security & Medicare, like Bernie Sanders does. Hold firm! NO CUTS!
Yesterday someone asked me if Blue America is cracking the whip on the candidates we raised money for during the election cycle to make them oppose cuts to Medicare and Social Security. Cracking the whip? On who? Bernie Sanders? Tammy Baldwin? Elizabeth Warren? Alan Grayson? We didn't back candidates who need whips cracked to get them to fight to protect working families. We backed candidates who were running so they could protect working families. Let me start with our old friend, Matt Cartwright, who ran against corrupt corporate shill and Blue Dog Tim Holden and whipped his *** in the primary. Matt is now the Congressman-elect from PA-17. Matt is the quintessential example of why Blue America doesn't have to remind any of the candidates we backed to stand up for working families. This is why we backed him when others hung back and when Steny Hoyer was hysterical about "party loyalty." 2014 is a long way off, right? Not really-- and not far enough away for Blue America to start figuring out who we'll b ...
Bernie Sanders: If enacted, the plan put forward by Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles will cause major economic pain to virtually every American.
After the White House took Social Security off the fiscal cliff negotiating table, Sen. Bernie Sanders applauded the move and called it a step in the right direction.
I put into Social Security for over 50 years, I have the right to get my investment back.
As we approach the "fiscal cliff", I am again saddened by the unwillingness of either extreme to negotiate with integrity and intention to create solutions. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks about "knowing" that tax increases on top 1% would hurt the economy. He doesn't "know" any such thing, though he may well believe it. Big difference. Huge difference. Bernie Sanders argues that we can't touch Medicare, Medicaid, or Social Security, although all of them were created decades ago and the demographics and medical capabilities are radically different than when first imagined. Though it is often argued that the seniors have paid for these benefits, it isn't actually true. Many paid in a tiny fraction compared to what will be extracted and the difference keeps getting pushed on to future generations. Not fair and can't continue. To pretend we are going to solve this while keeping our "sacred cows" off the table is disingenuous and a huge disservice to all of us.
Does the government pick energy winners and losers? You bet. The problem is it picks the wrong ones. Profitable polluters in the oil, coal and gas industries have been given tax breaks that should end, Sen. Bernie Sanders said on Sunday. He made the case for encouraging job-creating clean energy sources like solar and wind power. In other news, Sanders said on Wednesday that a California ballot initiative could be the beginning of a national movement to label genetically modified food. And Americans who receive Social Security will see only a 1.7 percent increase in monthly benefits next year, the Social Security Administration announced on Tuesday. Believe it or not, some in Washington think that cost-of-living adjustment is too generous. They hope a lame-duck Congress will cut benefits. Sanders is doing all he can to stop that from happening. Amid a flurry of last-minute campaign spending by super PACs, New Jersey on Thursday joined the list of states calling for a constitutional amendment to overturn C ...
Wish they could just lower Bernie Sanders in so he can rant about Medicare and Social Security.
Created my online account for Social Security today. Its and Bernie Sanders now let's go get it done holmes... Signed, a
Just watched a MUST SEE film, Koch Brothers Exposed by Bernie Sanders, on NetFlix. Koch Bros are actively funding efforts to ruin America. They are actively trying to privatize Social Security and de-fund schools, ruin the environment and disenfranchise American voters. To have an American public that is uneducated, underpaid and sickened unto death by polluted water, land and air would totally bolster their profits. They are evil beyond belief.
Bernie Sanders. "Ed Schultz asked Sanders if Romney’s characterization was accurate. Sen. Sanders answered, Well no, it’s not accurate, and here it is coming from a guy born to a millionaire family, who went to elite schools, who believes that the Middle Class starts at two hundred thousand dollars, who doesn’t reveal his tax returns because he took so many loopholes, and what really galls me is that we got millions of people in this country who come from families like my own. Working class families, people who have worked hard their entire lives, who work fifty sixty hours a week. Now they’re on Medicare, now they’re on Social Security, and they’re being lectured by this millionaire guy that they have got to take personal responsibility and care for their lives, being lectured by him."
News Summary Cutting thru the Propaganda Fog Since the New Deal, Republicans have been on the wrong side of every issue of concern to ordinary Americans; Social Security, the war in Vietnam, equal rights, civil liberties, church- state separation, consumer issues, public education, reproductive freedom, national Health Care, labor issues, gun policy, campaign-finance reform, the environment and tax fairness. No political party could remain so consistently wrong by accident. The only rational conclusion is that, despite their cynical "family values" propaganda, the Republican Party is a criminal conspiracy to betray the interests of the American people in favor of plutocratic and corporate interests, and absolutist religious groups. Why? Because they're evil GOP *** :oric versus realityThe Rebranding of the President, 2012: Why Is Obama Running on His Record? by Ted Rall Cap'n Mitt and the Pirates of *** Bay by Richard Eskow Dreaming of a Wave Election by Marty Kaplan Video: Bernie Sanders on Mon ...
Sen. Bernie Sanders questioned why President Barack Obama has not defended Social Security against Republican calls for deep cuts in the program that benefits some 55 million retired and disabled Americans, widows and orphans.
Jeff Carlson shared The Blue, the Proud, the Liberal Corps's photo. People, Bernie Sanders is the one Senator that we all can trust, every senior must understand that the Republicans will hand Social Security to Wall Street and it will soon be gone never to return
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Last week, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was a featured speaker at the United Steel Workers 2011 conference in Las Vegas. Sanders focused much of his speech on the Social Security system, blasting suggestions by Democrats and Republicans alike that, for example, we should adjust the cost of living adju...
Threats to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid came into stark relief as Republicans in Congress and elsewhere ratcheted up attacks on programs that help working families. Sen. Bernie Sanders marked Tuesday's 77th anniversary of Social Security with a reminder of how the retirement program has c...
Because you have been a friend of progressive campaigns, we have included you in a Mailing List of supporters who may be interested in receiving occasional updates from Friends of Bernie Sanders. We hope you find these messages interesting and informative. If you do not want to continue to receive these messages, please use the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the page. Thanks. Dear james, In the 77 years since President Franklin Roosevelt signed Social Security into law on August 14, 1935, the retirement program has been one of the nation's most successful anti-poverty programs. Before Social Security existed, about half of America's Senior Citizens lived in poverty. Today, less than 10 percent live in poverty. Today, Social Security not only provides retirement security but also enables millions of people with disabilities, and widows, widowers and children to live in dignity and security. In these highly volatile economic times, when millions of Americans lost their life savings in the 2008 Wall St ...
Social Security is solid and one of the best policies ever created by congress/government/FDR. Sad, but isn't Bernie Sanders retiring?
Mary Shafer shared Bernie Sanders's photo. Amen! The only ones longing for "the good ol' days" before Social Security are those who never lived or saw them for what they really were: The Bad Ol' Days!
Tim Campbell via Ayn Rand collected Social Security: Once again, Bernie Sanders warns us of what is clearly a...
Bernie Sanders shared the following link and had this to say about it: Coming up at 8:30am: Sen. Sanders will be on the Bill Press Show talking about the greed on Wall Street, overturning the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision and fighting to protect Social Security. Listen live here: Progressive Talk
I love Bernie Sanders. He gives us real Yankee common sense and isn't afraid to say what he thinks.
Social Security is under attack by politicians desperate to make budget cuts. Bernie Sanders thinks that's worse than an electricity fight in a swimming pool — but just as deadly.
Senator Bernie Sanders : Social Security: $2.7 Trillion in Reserves Read his ideas for strengthening Soc. Sec.
UPDATE: Wednesday 8:30 p.m. - Simpson isn't going anywhere, the New York Times reports. "Alan Simpson has apologized and while we regret and do not condone his comments, we accept his apology and he will continue to serve," White House spokesperson Jennifer Psaki told the Times. UPDATE: Wednesday 3:59 p.m. - Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) called on President Obama to fire Alan Simpson from the deficit commission for referring to Social Security as "a milk cow with 310 million *** " in an email this week to OWL executive director Ashley Carson.
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