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Social Security is heading toward insolvency. Why not eliminate federal retirement, and have them pay into SS?

The Federal retirement is out of control. People who work their whole career in government end up a much higher retirement than a similar person making the same money in the private sector will get. That is wrong.

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One Response to "Social Security is heading toward insolvency. Why not eliminate federal retirement, and have them pay into SS?"

  1. Chris says:
    If it weren’t for benefits like retirement no one would want to work for the government. By the way they do pay into social security.

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