Christian Science Monitor Story Doubts Social Security Deficit Predictions

The Christian Science Monitor headlines a story that Social Security might work fine unchanged for the next 75 years, able to provide pensioners their full monthly checks, the disabled their disability payments, and widows and orphans their needed funds. Widespread suspicion that the Bush administration is not above slanting statistics in politically sensitive areas (the budget, Medicare), has prompted Social Security experts to take a hard look at the assumptions in the trustees’ annual report.

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