Kurt Bills on Social Security
BILLS: It's moving up rapidly toward insolvency, so how do you keep this program around? You have to be able to secure it for the people who are there. We do have to look at that retirement age and adjusting that by a small increments starting in, I think the platform [in the Rand Paul budget proposal] starts in 2014, just three-month increments. We shouldn't have people relying on Social Security as their only stream of income, but we need to make sure it's there for the people who are paying into it. Adjusting for retirement and also means testing, as I mentioned before, is a big part of that.
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