Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Privatization dying.

But don't let up until it's actually dead.

Social Security Vote May Be Delayed

The Senate's top Republican [Bill Frist, (R-Cat Killer)] said yesterday that President Bush's bid to restructure Social Security may have to wait until next year and might not involve the individual accounts the White House has been pushing hard.

Frist's comments came as lawmakers returned from a week-long break during which many held town meetings to discuss the president's Social Security plan. Some Republicans were shocked by the intensity of opposition expressed, while many Democrats seemed emboldened by the reaction.

Gee, why would people be opposed to piling up two trillion dollars in debt for the purpose of giving them less retirement money?

Can't imagine.

"Once you get the facts out and get through all the misleading comments by the opposition, then people realize that there is a problem," [Tom] DeLay said.

Actually, Tommy, you tight-assed, hypocritical bug-killer, the more people learn about your idiotic scheme, the more they hate it.

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