Richard Mourdock on Social Security
Donnelly fired back, saying: "You know, I may have been born at night, but I wasn't born last night. When you meet with the Madison Tea Party and you say to them 'you show me where in the constitution it allows Medicare and you show me where in the constitution it allows Social Security,' we're not that dumb. We know what you were implying and we know what you were driving at."
A: We must maintain a solvent Social Security system in place for those who are receiving benefits or are close to retirement. For younger workers, reform should be considered to include personalized retirement accounts.
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