Social Security & Rick Perry

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. James Richard Rick Perry (born March 4, 1950) is the 47th and current Governor of Texas. Perry, a Republican, was elected Lieutenant Governor of Texas in 1998 and assumed the governorship in December 2000 when then-governor George W. 5.0/5

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I just sold Rick Perry and Marco Rubio's Social Security numbers to the Russian Mob. Lunch is on me today.
There doesn't have to be a Tea Party for the spirit to live on. What's more important on the right is that people know and understand the differences between Social Conservatives and Fiscal Conservatives and well as Social Progressives. Social Conservatives were people like George Bush 1 and 2, Nixon, and many (most) elected Republican candidates throughout the last century. Most were not against the New Deal of Roosevelt for instance. (Social Security) They usually were against Johnsons great society though. (and has been proved to be a failure) Most were not about making the government really smaller or less intrusive. There were few Fiscal Conservatives at all with any power then or today. Bush for instance was not a conservative from a fiscal standpoint. He grew government at the federal level as well as the state level as has his ex democrat buddy Rick Perry. It doesn't take long to see that what Tea Party people call a conservative and what John Mccain or George Bush call a conservative are two dif ...
Rick Perry was right. Social Security is a Ponzi Scheme.
BREAKING NEWS: Rick Perry announces he will not be running for Governor and will reflect on what he will do next. So as the GOP looks over their candidates from a pool of 6% of the population.male, white, christian (even if you can't tell by their policy or actions) college educated (even if it's a fake one like Bush or Perry's C education in Animal Science) and of course straight. He has to also chant the party line that abortion is murder, that 1 in 4 children in red southern states, is fine, that social programs (Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, WIC and Free and reduced lunch at school. Health care and education) is all the bane of our existence and all the problems we have, so gut them each time you balance the budget every 2 years.are you going to go with the status quo and vote in another libertarian Tea Party white male from the Christian Taliban? And of course talk about Texas exceptional-ism as the facts are clear, red southern states are welfare states with more money coming from the fed t . ...
The early call for the Republican Presidential field in 2016- Rand Paul, Jeb Bush, Rick Santorum, Chris Christie, Rick Perry and any other combination of 20 far right wingers. None will believe in evolution, none will believe in gun safety legislation or background checks, none will support a Woman's right to choose, a pathway to citizenship, the Dream Act, a minimum wage increase, Universal healthcare, protecting Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid. With these things in mind, why would we ever consider their old, worn out solutions?
KEEP PASSING THIS AROUND UNTIL EVERY ONE HAS READ IT. SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT THE ONLY THING WRONG WITH THIS CALCULATION IS THEY FORGOT TO FIGURE IN THE PEOPLE WHO DIED BEFORE THEY COLLECTED THEIR SOCIAL SECURITY! WHERE DID THAT MONEY GO? This was sent to me, I am forwarding it because it does touch a nerve in me. This is another example of what Rick Perry called "TREASON in high places" !!! Get angry and pass this on! Remember, not only did you contribute to Social Security but your employer did too. It totaled 15% of your income before taxes. If you averaged only $30K over your working life, that's close to $220,500. If you calculate the future value of $4,500 per year (yours & your employer's contribution) at a simple 5% (less than what the govt. pays on the money that it borrows), after 49 years of working you'd have $892,919.98. If you took out only 3% per year, you'd receive $26,787.60 per year and it would last better than 30 years (until you're 95 if you retire at age 65) and that's with no inter ...
Calling the current financial debacle the "Fiscal Cliff" uses up the most appropriate metaphor for the total disaster that awaits this country if we keep spending at the current rates. The federal government borrows 40 cents of every dollar it spends. None of the proposals on the table do anything to truly change this fundamental problem. We must use the power of the States to call an Article V convention to stop the federal government from taking us over the true fiscal cliff where America is basically destroyed. A future generation will have no choice but to throw off the government that purports to tax them for spending that occurred decades earlier. Rick Perry got in trouble for calling Social Security a Ponzi Scheme. He understated it considerably. The entire federal government is a Ponzi Scheme aimed at stealing the liberty and the livelihood of the next generation to that our current politicians can buy their way into power by bribing those who want goodies from the feds. This is tyranny. But it is ...
Good night good people, May The God of Peace and Love be your guide. Remember to rethink about seceding. Your state will receive no funds from Washington DC. I want my Social Security check. Please check the facts. You will lose. You would have no internet or cable, the government will cut it off. No Food Stamps. As Joe Madison stated this morning you will be on your own. It is not going to be a cake walk. No FEMA for those of you who have hurricanes. Rick Perry was told that the wall would come down and no border guards. Mexico can take Texas back. He said I will take my petition back for billions of government dollars and a run for president Alex. I love all of you.
Rick Perry was lambasted for pointing out that Social Security is a Ponzi Scheme... Mitt Romney is lambasted for pointing out that the 47 percent of Americans who don't pay taxes and are being supported by the other 53 percent will never vote Conservative... ? Do NOT Back Off Mitt Romney... Do NOT apologise for that statement!... Double Down on IT!
Ryan SAYS he wants to save Medicare & Social Security, but he called Social Security a "Ponzi Scheme."
Here's your Rogue's Gallery of GOP Villains that want to eliminate, or, greatly scale back, both Social Security, and Medicare: 1. Romney, 2. Ryan, 3. Rick Perry, 4. Tommy Thompson; and, 5. Todd Akin - - our resident, "legitimate," rape guy. What a Cast of Halloween *** Those that vote for Romney will live to regret it. If you do; better make plans to move in with your Kids. To be forewarned, is to be forearmed.
Gov. Rick Perry, during his short campaign for the GOP nominee, was right about one thing. Social Security with it's ever increasing retirement and disability benefits, is a Ponzi Scheme much like Bernie Madoff had. Early contributors get a tremendous return and later contributors may get nothing. For example, my father contributed about $2000 (yes, this was the maximum) to SS during his career from 1935, when SS started, to 1965. When he died, he and our mother were receiving about $1000 per month! My contribution during my career (1962-1991) was about $60,000 (the maximum), but I've already received over $150,000. Why is this? Because my father lived to almost 90 which was 42 years beyond his life expectancy being born in 1905. I've already lived 10 years past mine being born in 1940. People are living longer, but the Social Security system has not been changed to recognize this. 2011 was the first year payouts exceeded contributions. Originally designed in 1935 to be just a retirement supplement, it w ...
Rick Perry was right when he call Social Security the biggest Ponzi Scheme in history. Right, but it was...
thing you should know about Paul Ryan: He'd dismantle Social Security. Ironically, Ryan used the Social Security Survivors benefit to help pay for college, but he wants to take that possibility away from future generations. He agrees with Rick Perry's view that Social Security is a "Ponzi Scheme" and he supported George W. Bush's disastrous proposal to privatize Social Security.
Rick Perry: "If we don't cut Social Security, we won't have the money to execute our children's children. ~ Andy Borowitz
Glad Texas nominated Ted Cruz instead of Rick Perry's pal. Only a hero like Cruz has the balls to call Social Security a "Ponzi Scheme".
Liz Warren, it is rumored, made Rick Perry like Social Security briefly.
Not long ago, Texas Governor Perry suggested it might be a good idea for Texas to secede. Others think it would be a good idea if all the former Confederate States seceded and joined as a separate new nation, perhaps knows as the New Confederacy, led by severe conservatives Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Ric Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Michelle Bachmann, et al. The capitol would be in Texas, the most powerful state. Confederate income tax would be a flat 15% (except corporations would get generous subsidies and deductions). There would be no tax on interest, dividends, capital gains, or inheritance. Social Security would be completely privatized, with each recipient free to invest in the Stock Market. Medicare, Medicaid, unemployment benefits, food stamps and welfare payments would be abolished, with such care becoming the responsibility of family, friends and church. Carrying any kind of weapon at any time will be legal. Possession of weapons will not be mandatory, but a “stand your ground” amendment will mak ...
During the recent GOP presidential debate, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Social Security is a "monstrous lie" and a "Ponzi Scheme." More and more people are coming to see Social Security is a Ponzi Scheme, but is it a lie, as well? Let's look at it.
When Texas Gov. Rick Perry, then in the early stages of his short-lived quest for the Republican presidential nomination, referred to Social Security as "a Ponzi Scheme," he was excoriated by the press, left and right, and by his fellow Republicans, as well.
September 20, 2011 The 'Ponzi' Sound Bite By Thomas Sowell 9/20/2011 Many in the media and in politics have gone ballistic over the fact that Texas Governor Rick Perry called Social Security "a Ponzi Scheme." Although many act shocked, shocked, as if Rick Perry ...
Rick Perry walks back claims that Social Security is a 'Ponzi Scheme', but he wasn't alone in saying so.
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