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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Social Security #1033224

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 16, 2012
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(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley) A cost of living adjustment for Social Security cited.

(New Orleans: Mark Strassmann) The views of President Obama and presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Social Security examined; worker to retiree ratio in 1945 and 2033 compared; details given about Romney’s proposed increase in the eligibility age and Obama’s consideration of limiting cost-of-living increases. [Business owner John ALTOBELLO††- comments.] [For “60 Minutes,” ROMNEY – says people with higher incomes won't get the same high growth rate.] [OBAMA – says we are not going to turn Social Security over to Wall Street.]

Pelley, Scott;
Strassmann, Mark

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