Take someone like me, who gets around $900 (gross) Social Security each month. If we shaved off 6 cents for every dollar spent, I would receive $5.40 less. Every month, meaning that, over the course of a year, I would receive just a smidge under $65 less. Correction: that number should be $54. 00. I really should never post anything with numbers on the fly. Too easy to accidentally move the decimal point and not notice.
I could live with that, if it meant the deficit could be eliminated. And, the beauty is, legislators will not be targeting individual programs, but cutting the budget across the board.
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