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-- dictator what what about Social Security teams test raise the retirement age or.
Well third item would be to change the escalator that's built into Social Security allows for.
-- a living yes cause of living increases from the wage indexed to the inflation rate.
That in and of itself would make Social Security solvent so it's important to point now.
It's not cutting Social Security.
It's about making -- solvent into the future and that means.
Making it a system that takes in more money than what it pays out -- it so it irritating to me had any corporation misappropriated.
The funds retirement funds.
-- supposed to be put a lock box if -- over call.
Was put the general fund it was all spent.
The CEO CFO it'll be in jail right now and of course government they're not held accountable to the same standards.
And and then talking about monetary policy in this country the fact that the dollars that we have in our bank accounts to day.
Are worth less than they were yesterday are worth less than they were a week ago a month ago a year ago.
And that's the fact that we're printing money to cover all these obligations.
On the Federal Reserve has devalued the dollar significantly scene and a half month low against the Euro.
So from a monetary policy standpoint abolishing the Federal Reserve would bring about this.
This discipline of spending within our means now now.
I'm -- I have said that if the congress were to pass a bill abolishing the Federal Reserve I would sign on to that legislation.
But in the meantime we went to the moon -- we can balance the federal budget but we need to do that tomorrow so I don't have a plan for doing this.
I don't have a plan for getting a quarter of the way there.
An eight years I hope I have a plan here or a desire that we do this in 2013 yeah.
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