[Nfbmo] Social Security checks

Dewey Bradley deweybradley at att.net
Thu Jul 21 01:25:38 UTC 2011

that's just an Obama scare tactic, I'm not going to start anything with 
anyone, but please check your facts instead of thinking how the T.V tells 
He is doing this so that he can get so that we can spend more money we don't 
We will get are checks, and granma wont have to eat dog food

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gene Coulter" <escoulter at centurytel.net>
To: "NFB MO List" <nfbmo at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 8:05 PM
Subject: [Nfbmo] Social Security checks

> The United States Secretary of the Treasury states that as of August 2, 
> 2011
> the Federal Government will be unable to pay any of it’s bills unless
> Congress and the Adminstration reach an agreement on increasing the amount
> of money the government is allowed to borrow. I am 99% sure that there 
> will
> be some sort of eleventh hour agreement. But, it may not happen in which
> case Social Security checks that come out on the 3rd of the month likely
> will not be paid.
> My advise is to keep tabs on the news and hang on to any money you can 
> from
> this month just in case the politicians do not get their act together and 
> be
> prepared to delay any auto-withdrawls you have  on the 3rd or later unless
> you can cover them otherwise.
> This is merely intended as a cautionary note for everyone to stay tuned to
> current events in the slight case that  things go badly in Washington. I 
> am
> not stating any kind of position about who is right or wrong but, really 
> don’t
> want to see anyone go through any additional pain above and beyond what 
> the
> lack of a check would do. There is great incentive for a deal to be made 
> as
> not only will  this stop Social Security Benefits but all federal 
> employees,
> including the military, will not be paid.
> By the Way SSI checks on August 1, 2011 are safe.
> Gene
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