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Obama Begins Push for New National Retirement System..401K at risk?

A recent hearing sponsored by the Treasury and Labor Departments marked the beginning of the Obama Administration’s effort to nationalize the nation’s pension system and to eliminate private retirement accounts including IRA’s and 401k plans, NSCis warning.

 

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The hearing, held in the Labor Department’s main auditorium, was monitored by NSC staff and featured a line up of left-wing activists including one representative of the AFL-CIO who advocated for more government regulation over private retirement accounts and even the establishment of government-sponsored annuities that would take the place of 401k plans.

 

“This hearing was set up to explore why Americansare not saving as much for their retirement as they could,” explains National Seniors Council National Director Robert Crone, “However, it is clear that this is the first step towards a government takeover. It feels just like the beginning of the debate over health care and we all know how that ended up.”

 

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A representative of the liberal Pension Rights Center, Rebecca Davis, testified that the government needs to get involved because 401k plans and IRAs are unfair to poor people. She demanded the Obama administration set up a “government-sponsored program administered by the PBGC (the governments’ Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation).” She proclaimed that even “private annuities are problematic.”

 

(Excerpt) Read more at nationalseniorscouncil.org …

 

via Obama Begins Push for New National Retirement System..401K at risk?.

 

 

 

 

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  1. November 16, 2012 at 11:23 AM | #1

    Robin Hood was more honest than this.

  1. November 16, 2012 at 2:38 PM | #1
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