I've mentioned in the past that a raise in the Social Security retirement age is something we should do to help get our fiscal house in order. I was wrong. The retirement age is already set to rise to 67, and that's far enough. Blue-collar workers are the ones who will be disproportionately hit by this, and they're the ones who're least able to work at that age. Many of them would end up filing for disability anyway, negating most of the savings. Besides, while life expectancy at birth has gone up, people only live a few years longer once they reach retirement age than they did decades ago. So I was wrong.
I still think Social Security should be means-tested, however. If you've got an argument against that, I'll listen. But "fairness (to the rich)" isn't going to cut it.