Nope, not really. (Social Security Fix)
1. Some basic means testing which removes the wealthy from the rolls, or at least significantly reduces their benefit.
2. A partial shift of our FICA taxes into private accounts which generate higher rates of return, while the remainder stays to ensure the floor for current seniors
3. The maintenance of guaranteed floors of benefits that are in line with the current benefit, though I'm open to making them flattened so that current low-income (poor) retirees don't get screwed, but which are funded first from returns from the private account, meaning that program expenditures go down every year from now until they reach net zero and then
4. A tax on the individual accounts upon the event of their passing to a non-spouse which will replace the Estate Tax and probably eventually not a little bit of the Income tax as well.