"Probably the months before an election are not the time to try to negotiate Social Security," said John Rother, executive vice president of AARP.
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"I've never seen a group of seniors, once you tell them that this isn't going to affect them personally, say it's OK, we're fine with that," said John Rother. "They kind of see themselves as guardians of the programs for their children."
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