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Robin Carnahan on Social Security

 


Accuses opponent of voting to privatize

Carnahan accused Blunt of voting to privatize Social Security and of once saying that Medicare shouldn't have been created. But Blunt insisted that Carnahan was flat wrong. "I did not say that (about Medicare)," Blunt said. "I have the statement right here."

"It was pretty clear," Carnahan countered.

Blunt also said he never voted to privatize Social Security. "I don't know why you think you can change the facts," Carnahan said. "The facts are the facts."

Source: Kansas City Star coverage of 2010 Missouri Senate debate Oct 15, 2010

Protect the benefits seniors have earned

No senior should have to choose between filling a prescription and putting food on the table. That's why Robin Carnahan has and will continue to fight to improve seniors' quality of life and protect the benefits they have earned.
Source: Campaign website, www.robincarnahan.com, "Issues" Dec 25, 2009

Other candidates on Social Security: Robin Carnahan on other issues:
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