The government was not framed as it was to hold little children by the hand and guide them across the street, making sure they didn't step in the horse poo. The people who created the United States expected the people to be mature adults, not whiny little children in a perpetual state of immaturity and dependency.
That's the Mayor's expectation, also. That if they don't grow up and if they choose to fritter away their earnings, then when they're old, and even more feeble minded than when they were younger, they can die of whatever it is that kills them, but whatever that might be, it was never the Mayor's problem and the Mayor was never, not once, obligated to be their nanny, nor was the Mayor ever obligated to pay for their nanny, either.
Any taxation imposed to care for these idiots is clearly in violation of Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution, and all such taxes are collected under the direct threat of extreme physical violence perpetrated by the government upon the Mayor's body.
Considering the government was supposed to do just that, and SPENT IT ALL, TWICE, yes, the Mayor has some small qualms about trusting the government with money.If all the government is doing is keeping your money in a lockbox and its a program where you can opt out, you have a serious concern against that?
It's nice to see you trust them...
No. You clearly do not want it to end, you still believe in the fairy tale.I want SS to end, too, but your stance here is ridiculous.