Social Security Commercials Stir Debate Supporters and opponents of President Bush's proposals for private Social Security accounts are running campaign-style ads -- some of which include misleading claims.
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Social Security Commercials Stir Debate

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Social Security Commercials Stir Debate

Social Security Commercials Stir Debate

Social Security Commercials Stir Debate

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Supporters and opponents of President Bush's proposals for private Social Security accounts are running campaign-style ads — some of which include misleading claims.

A still image from Progress for America's pro-Bush "iceberg" ad, which compares the Social Security problem to the Titanic disaster. Progress for America Voter Fund hide caption

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