Brad Plumer did a nice job of smacking down an errant peer yesterday:
On Sunday, the Washington Post got Laura Thomas, a twenty-something writer, to ponder the future of Social Security. The verdict? "People my age are as likely to believe in Social Security as they are in Santa Claus." Fair enough, but fortunately for retirees across the country, the program exists wholly independent of what someone in their mid-twenties does or doesn't believe.
Read the rest.
(If there's one thing we know about comment trolls, it's that they're lazy)