Meanwhile, dig in to that New York Times/Siena College poll of a week ago. The headlines focused on the news that Mr. Trump was ahead of Mr. Biden in five of six swing states. The better headline is that Mr. Trump remains the GOP’s weakest bet against the president. The poll found Ms. Haley cleaning Mr. Biden’s clock in key swing states. While Mr. Trump would theoretically today beat Mr. Biden by 5 in Michigan and 4 in Pennsylvania, Ms. Haley leads by 10 in each state. And while Mr. Trump is behind Mr. Biden by 2 in Wisconsin, Ms. Haley is ahead by 13.
I decided this week that if given the chance, I’ll be voting for Nikki Haley.
We all know that the current form of SSRI isn’t sustainable in it’s current form.
I have a plan. When the change is connected, the following needs to happen.
If you’re current age is 10 or higher, you’ll see no benefit changes.
The cap on social security taxes will be removed.
From date of implementation until 20 years after. Those individuals will have same contribution levels reduced benefit.
The next generation (20 years)will have reduced contribution/reduced benefit.
A drop in contribution and reduced benefit until the 5th generation no longer contributes not receive benefits.
And not only in foreign policy. While the Israeli conflagration might have provided Ms. Haley this opening with voters, it’s also allowing her to contrast her fleshed-out domestic agenda against her rivals’. On spending, she explained that “any candidate that tells you that they’re not going to take on entitlements is not being serious” and stated her plan to raise the Social Security retirement age for younger Americans, switch to inflation-based annual adjustments, and limit some benefits for the wealthy. She even dared promise an expansion of Medicare Advantage plans, reviving the lost GOP point about the importance of competition in healthcare.