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Friday, July 22, 2005

Bush Takes Privatization Plan Back on the Road

The death knell was premature.  This isn’t over:

Bush in town to discuss Social Security, Medicare, By Tom Baxter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:  … Bush will begin a "conversation on senior security" with an invited audience shortly before noon at the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center. … Bush is expected to talk about both his Social Security proposals and prescription drugs…

An invited audience?  I’m shocked!!!  Given his track record, I wonder how many invitees, even after signing a pledge of allegiance to the privatization cult, will be convinced to oppose the president’s plan?

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