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I agree. Why don't they have a list of products say like, cereal or tomato sauce, that used to come in 16oz containers that now come in 12.5 oz and 15 oz. and they charge you more. Canned tuna used to be in 6.5 oz now in 5.0 oz and the list goes on and on.
This list is ridiculous.
YES! THE GOVERNMENT LIES ABOUT THE PERCENTAGE ALL THE TIME. ONCE AN INDIVIDUAL
EXHAUST HIS OR HER UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT THE GOVERNMENT DOES NOT KEEP A RECORD OF THESE INDIVIDUALS.
THIS IS EXACTLY HOW THE INCREASES IN SOCIAL SECURITY ARE CALCULATED. THE GOVERNMENT LEAVES OUT THE MOST IMPORTANT FOOD SND SHELTER. WHO HAS PUT
SOCIAL SECURITY PAYMENTS IN JEPARDY.GUESS WHO CONGRESS TAKING MONEY TO FUND PROJECTS AND NEVER RETURNING THE FUNDS. THEY WANT TO IMPROVE S/S
SIMPLE JUST HAVE PEOPLE OPEN AN ACCOUNT WHERE BOTH THE EMPLOYEE AND EMPLOYER DEPOSITS THE FUNDS. SOMETHING LIKE AN IRA ACCOUNT. BUT OF CAUSE THE
DOES NOT WANT THIS AS THEY WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO RAID THE ACCOUNTS
Now that is a story,,,,,,,,, BUT TRUE
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