Start with the trustees reports and work from there.
And I don't think that neverending expansion of welfare programs on the backs of high earners is a good idea. So I guess we will have to agree to disagree.Meaning no disrespect to you - I could not care less if that changes the nature of the program in some eyes. It is of no consequence to me. If it saves the program and makes it economically viable for decades to come, then it is fine with me and an excellent use of the governmental power to tax.
I'm pointing out one of the flaws in your "most people will be happy so it's a good idea!" logic.Is someone actually proposing this or is these just over-the-top hyperbole?