Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Great Comeback, Kerry

Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., who lost to Bush in the 2004 election, said it was the president who had failed to put a [Social Security reform] plan on the table. Referring to a proposal he made during his bid for the White House, Kerry called for repealing Bush-era tax cuts for the nation's top wage-earners to help shore up Social Security's finances.

"We're going to do something," he said of the need to address Social Security funding difficulties. "We're not going to do nothing."

Oh, great Zeus, help us all!



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