Retire at age 55 on Social Security. Hell, it's easy.

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    The Mexican Mafia has made it possible for thousands of Illegals to draw Social Security. Consider Carlos Gutierrez who is 56 and lives a few blocks from me. He was an illegal thirty years ago. After about a year in the United States he went to the Mexican Mafia bar in the Mexican part of town and put a thousand dollars down on his new name and birth certificate proof of citizenship. He became Hans Inkstadt, born in Minnesota to two immigrant Scandinavian parents, who was seven years old when Carlos was born.

    You see, Hans died as a child and his parents never filed for a Social Security Card for him. So, the Mexican Mafia paid for an official copy of Hans' birth certificate and sold it to Carlos for one grand. They make a lot of money doing that.

    Carlos, shortly after buying that certificate, used that birth certificate and a new driver's license to apply for a Social Security card while he was in Texas.

    Ever since, for the past quarter of a century he has applied for his jobs as Carlos Hans Inkstadt Gutierrez and earned his Social Security which he has been drawing since he was 55.

    Damn good system that the Mexican Mafia has for illegals. They get to retire at an early age and enjoy life.
     
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    Uncle Ferd got Granny sellin' apples onna street corner...

    One in 8 workers will never retire
    September 18, 2013: It looks like many people will see out their days in the office.
     
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    Kinda apples and oranges. Most older Chinese expect to move in with their child when they retire, the child will provide for them and they'll help raise the grandkid. Clearly a Chinese person with this expectation would be a lot more likely to answer in the affirmative to whether they'll ever retire, compared to places like US where it is far less common for elderly to become part of their child's household while still relatively young and healthy.
     

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