Social Security’s retirement age is already headed to 67, which is one reason that program is no longer a major cause of government insolvency. Still, it can and should be rendered more sustainable. The disability component’s explosive recent growth, at a time when the nation’s general health is stable, suggests that reform would not harm those who truly need help.Who exactly is it on Social Security disability benefits who doesn't "truly need help"?
Nov 15, 2012
"Those Who Truly Need Help"
From a Washington Post editorial: