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Re: Social security overflow, change the law

My thoughts exactly.  If a civilian would work 20 years at one job and  then 
go to another company or such, they would also collect benefits from that  
company.  Nobody in the military ever got rich......yet people complain  about so 
called govt. benefits......nobody in the military ever got millions of  
dollars heading a battalion, like the CEO's of companies do.  And what  General 
ever got a severence pay of millions when he drove his battalion in the  
ground....yet one hears time and time again of CEO's of civilian  companies that are 
fired and then given millions to leave.  HA!    And nobody complains about 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 10/5/2006 11:02:31 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Those  folks earned their pensions, and if  
they have contributed in another  job, haven't they earned that  
compensation  too?

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