To: President Donald Trump, The United States House of Representatives, and The United States Senate

Expand Social Security

Now is the time to expand Social Security!

Why is this important?

Right now in Washington, there is a coordinated attack on Social Security. Congressional Republicans and their Wall Street cronies are attempting to divide the American people through phony, manufactured crises.

The truth of the matter is that Social Security has a $2.8 trillion surplus. If no changes are made, it can pay out every benefit owed to every eligible American for the next 18 years and around 80% of benefits owed after that. And if millionaires and billionaires pay their fair share, we can not only extend the life of the Social Security trust fund, but we can expand benefits for every American.

Social Security is more than America’s retirement program—it provides an economic bedrock, protecting the disabled, survivors and veterans.

Expanding Social Security is simple: it means making our Social Security system work even better by ensuring that benefits are able to meet the costs that seniors and people with disabilities face every day. It means a stronger Social Security Administration that can ensure that people can access the benefits they earn throughout their working lives.

What we should not be doing is considering cuts such as the disastrous Chained CPI, or the new Republican plan to cut Social Security for 11 million Americans living with disabilities including 3 million children.

Stand with Social Security Works and in demanding that Congressional Republicans drop their phony crisis and stop threatening the earned benefits of millions of Americans. Demand that they listen to the American people and expand, not cut Social Security!


Reasons for signing

  • Time to Expand the Social Security
  • Expand social Security and Medicare. Add Dental and Implants to the Dental part and also when someone has 2 Dental policies have it where he can use both as primary as he paid for both as a primary and also roll over what amount is not used in a year to the subsequent years.
  • Social Security is waaaay more important to seniors than the stupid wall.