Therefore be it resolved that all voters in the 10th Congressional District will be informed about and encouraged to vote for Congressional Candidates who support and advocate for the adoption of the Social Security Works All Generations Plan.
Whereas The Social Security Works All Generations Plan says that all women who dropped out of the work force to take care of parents or children will be credited with up to six years of Social Security.
Whereas Social Security Works All Generations Plan allocates additional benefits to those who were confined to lower paying jobs by gender, education or minority status.
Whereas the All Generation Plan will provide up to $150/month for current retirees,
Whereas Social Security Works All Generations Plan increases benefits for all current and future beneficiaries. The increases can be structured so that lower-wage workers and their families receive benefits that are a larger percentage of their pre-retirement wages. Not only does this help low wage workers but it also help millennia’s who have not had access to better paying jobs.
Whereas Social Security Works All Generations Plan is NOT an entitlement, as the 1% would have us believe. It is an INSURANCE program that we paid for.
Whereas Social Security Works All Generations Plan adopts a more accurate cost of living plan called the Consumer Price Index For The Elderly (CPI-E)
Whereas Social Security Works All Generations Plan increases Benefits Targeted to Alleviate Poverty
Whereas Social Security Works All Generations Plan proves that regardless of what the CATO Institute (formerly the Koch Brothers Foundation) and the Heritage Foundation say: Social Security is Fully Affordable
Whereas Social Security Works All Generations Plan Reveals that
in 2015 Social Security was 4.94% of GDP. In 2035 it will be 6.16% of GDP (all boomers over age 71). In 2085 it will be 6.08% of GDP.
Source: Social Security Actuaries 2014.
Whereas Social Security Works All Generations Plan is a plan to extend Social Security and pay for the All Generation Plan, with a set of proposed funding mechanisms that includes a financial transaction tax, a small increase in the overall payroll tax (which for most voters would only amount to a dollar or so per week), and higher taxes on the wealthy. Since these ideas are taboo on the right – though popular with everyone else – Wall Street has concluded that it’s better to pretend that this part of the populist agenda simply doesn’t exist.