Montana Moseying Campaign Tour cont: We stood in solidarity with a group protesting in front of an abortion clinic in Billings. (I told the Lewiston-Argus newspaper in Lewiston, Montana, several campaigns back, that as president I’d be protesting abortion on the streets as well.) Afterwards, we met with some of the pro-life group for coffee at the Log Cabin Bakery here. Move over Mr. Lincoln… We then headed southeast through the Crow Reservation, which includes the Little Big Horn Battle site… We got to Sheridan, Wyoming (voted the country’s best “western town”), at sunset. Note: Our Native American position paper was recently featured in a Cengage Learning college text book. Note 2: The Billings Gazette noted that Social Security is now 75 years old. Benefits are currently being paid to 53 million people, with an average monthly pay out of $1,026 a month. The SS Fund is in trouble because, in part, the government has continually borrowed money from the fund to finance various government projects, including waging war, according to a Gazzette op-ed piece. It is our belief, the SS Fund should be a “lock box” that the government can’t borrow from.