Social Security Act congressional debates

Social Security Bill (became an Act) congressional debates. Everything they warned us about has come true.

Congressional Debates on the Social Security Bill. April 19, 1935

“Never in the history of the world has any measure been brought here so insidiously designed as to prevent business recovery, to enslave workers and to prevent any possibility” of the employers providing work for the people.”
— Congressman John Taber of New York.

“This bill opens the door and invites the entrance into the political field of a power so vast, so powerful as to threaten the integrity of our institutions and to pull the pillars down upon the heads of our descendants.”
–Congressman James W. Wadsworth of New York

Do you agree with the congressmen quoted above?

What about the JFK warning about a “ruthless conspiracy” that is still true?