...for the last 100 years. It doesn't take a masters in finance to understand that actuarial tables that are based upon average mortality at 60 that are not consistently adjusted will fail.
Either way, you hurt yourself in responding and yet failing to explain how it's possible for a society to live a first-world standard of living when a working life isn't even half of overall life expectancy.
No, Greece is a living example of what happens in social democracies where people will always selfishly vote for their own goodies without regard for the health of the system as a whole. All of Europe, and eventually the US as well is heading down this fiscal black hole. This is just the beginning.
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