Time Magazine's Adam Sorenson tells readers that: "Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security costs will catch up to the entirety of federal revenue as a percentage of GDP in coming decades if things don't change." However the graph included in the piece shows Medicare and Medicaid costs growing rapidly, while Social Security costs just edge upward slightly. The chart even carries the headline: "Medicare and Medicaid Expected to Grow Rapidly as a Share of the Economy." But, hey, when you're on a crusade to cut Social Security, why worry that the facts don't support your case.

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