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Buying medical insurance could cost over $20,000 for one person. Prescriptions cost can be out of this world. Seeing a doctor and paying deductibles is costing more and more. Cable and internet costs are rising as well as groceries. Gas will be going up again soon. Where are government caps on all these things?

Social Security to me should be an earned benefit, so why is there caps on what people can earn for certain ages? We earn benefits, and then we are told we must not work too many hours at 62, or lose some of our benefits.

We are punished for trying to make ends meet when everything is going up. When we work more, we are paying in more taxes and more Social Security.

Let’s wake up, everyone, and put a stop to limits on Social Security for certain ages and on pensions.

Eugene Wiesner