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A Major Point Missed In The Social Security Solvency and Reform Debate (BUT IS IT TRULY ENOUGH??)

The question now is whether current and future workers should be asked to pay the higher payroll tax resulting from the decision to give away the trust fund [to legacy recipients], or whether they should in essence be asked to pay simply what they would have to contribute in a fully funded system. One could argue that the legacy burden should be borne by the general population, in proportion to each taxpayer's ability to pay under the federal personal income tax.
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