To produce more future taxpayers who can cover this generation's Social Security costs is, however, not one of them.
They argue that the city would be, in effect, borrowing from future taxpayers.
Almost inevitably, future taxpayers would end up paying the cost of today's government services.
He argued that future taxpayers were being burdened with too much debt.
In some cases, future taxpayers are already facing a heavy burden.
The burden to future taxpayers would be an additional $460 million in debt service.
Or that future taxpayers will bear much of the burden.
So he is looking to borrow $15 billion, pushing the cost of some current services to future taxpayers.
Most citizens assumed that the trust would take future taxpayers off the hook.
That is money that future taxpayers will have to pay back, with interest.