State of the Union, 2005 President Bush delivers the annual State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress Wednesday night. He outlines his plans for Social Security reform, reviews the ongoing U.S. effort in Iraq and discusses prospects for peace in the Middle East.

Bush Address Focuses on Social Security

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Bush Supporters, Critics Weigh in on State of the Union

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Bush to Promote Social Security Reforms in Address

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Freedom, in the Eyes of Bush and History

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Political Corner: State of the Union Address

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Democrats Offer State of the Union 'Pre-Buttal'

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Comparing Convention, State of Union Speeches

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