Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Paul Krugman implies that George Bush saved Social Security

over at Don Surber's place:
It’s now better than it’s been since 1993.

The latest report of the Social Security Trustees is out. I think the key message is what has happened to the estimate of actuarial balance — the difference between projected outlays and projected revenues over the next 75 years.

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