SEAN HANNITY (HOST): There was a pretty interesting analysis, Kevin Williamson, I think he's still with National Review, I'm not sure where he is. Anyway, but he did point out something that's accurate.
And that is Social Security is the most expensive program of the federal government. Now they've let it become like a Ponzi scheme. There's — I think it was Galveston, Texas, that once opted out of the Social Security system, and they did infinitely better on their own without the federal government.
Remember, you can work your whole life. They're going to either means test it in the end or they're going to, you know, raise the age of eligibility pretty much to the day before you're destined to croak. But anyway, it accounts for about 25% of every dollar that Washington spends. It is headed towards insolvency.