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Debate Silence On Social Security Could Cost Retirees Big-Time

When it comes to Social Security, silence at the first presidential debate was anything but golden, says a senior vice president of AARP. “Americans who are working hard and paying into Social Security were the real losers at tonight’s debate,” AARP Senior Vice President, Campaigns, John Hishta said. “In this issueless campaign, the debate was the best chance for voters to get real answers on how the presidential candidates would keep Social Security strong for future generations.
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