Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and James Roosevelt

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As the Senate Finance Committee holds the first Senate hearing on President Bush's Social Security plan, Sen. Barack Obama addresses the National Press Club on the topic of Social Security and its future. Obama is introduced by James Roosevelt, grandson of Franklin Roosevelt, and a former associate commissioner of the Social Security Administration.



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