So this woman didn’t work enough during her lifetime to get enough credits to receive the full Social Security benefit and now wants all of us to pay her more, because reasons.
Susan Aubrey Wilde, 74, of Sacramento, California, lives alone in an apartment for seniors on fixed incomes, but her social security benefits of $1,122 a month barely covers little more than her rent of $794. After paying for utilities, internet, phone and the costs to upkeep and insure her car, there is little left to survive.
Here is a suggestion: Shut off the Internet and sell the car, both of which are luxuries. You can rely on public transportation and use the free WiFi that is provided in many places. There is no reason to demand that you receive more public dollars. You have two children. Perhaps one of them can help take care of you? And if they won’t, then why and how does that create an obligation on the rest of us?