I've been reading quite a few different suggestions about how to alter Social Security, and I think this
one is my favorite. I orginally saw it in Fortune magazine, but now it's also posted on the New America Foundation website. I think it's reasonable, pragmatic, not too drastic, and should help both the fiscal solvency of Social Security as well as adding an ownership aspect to the program.
If it seems like such a good idea, does that mean there is no chance at all that it might get through the legislative process? Probably.