Democrats Letting Bush Lead on Social Security

Since his re-election President Bush has embarked on a series of trips around the country to promote his Social Security plan. Democrats have criticized the president's plan, but have declined to offer an alternative. From a political view, the strategy seems to be effective, so far.

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