Kerry in a speech today said that he did not believe there was any problem with social security and that people have been predicting its doom all along. He can dispute Alan Greenspan all he wants although I would prefer that this man not be our president. He cannot show up for his senate votes and clearly is not well enough informed to make judgments on the welfare programs that the United States government offers. This man scares me more and more everyday and I hope the American people can get over their hatred for Bush and accept the fact that he is not perfect. He is doing the best he can and is turning around one of the toughest times in our nations history. Kerry offers us nothing of value and his leadership is spent mostly missing senate votes. I shudder to think how much time he will take off from the presidency to do whatever it is he does when he is not doing his elected job. Luckily incumbents in most Senate races win easily otherwise this man would have been completely run out of town. With a friend like Ted Kennedy though I am sure he would have been just fine living it up at the Kennedy mansion. Anyway that is not the main point of this post. I am going to be writing a paper for my tax class on social security and look at really where is it at and how much of a problem it is. I will try to give a “fair and balanced look” (I know you liberals hate the truth) at how Social Security looks these days.