Bush Address Focuses on Social Security In Tuesday's State of the Union address, President Bush argues that without a major overhaul, Social Security is headed toward bankruptcy. Democrats in the joint session of Congress audibly disagreed. On foreign policy, the president gave no timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops, but issued warnings to other nations in the region that he said promote terrorism.
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Bush Address Focuses on Social Security

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Bush Address Focuses on Social Security

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In Tuesday's State of the Union address, President Bush argues that without a major overhaul, Social Security is headed toward bankruptcy. Democrats in the joint session of Congress audibly disagreed. On foreign policy, the president gave no timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops, but issued warnings to other nations in the region that he said promote terrorism.

President George W. Bush delivers his State of the Union address to Congress Feb. 2. Reuters hide caption

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