Even Liberals Can’t Agree On Saving Social Security

Publication: Fiscal Times

Author: Merrill Goozner

11/09/2010 - There is a growing split among liberals about how to handle the debate over Social Security.

A leading liberal budget analyst joined with a prominent conservative to call on Congress to move quickly to resolve the long-term deficit facing Social Security, and to include higher taxes in the solution.


While this latest Social Security report, financed by the Pew Charitable Trusts, offers little new information about the program’s finances, its issuance just a few weeks before President Obama’s bipartisan fiscal commission reports to Congress marks another crack in the united front on Social Security among Democratic-oriented analysts. Their differences center on the best way to handle the coming debate over entitlement programs.

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