Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Social Security

And now it gets interesting. He addresses the main issue, in that reform won't affect current beneficiaries, an important point that has been demagogued by the other side.

I like that he's laying out the cause for reform on a more philosophical level, ie. explaining in detail why he believes there needs to be reform. This is the type of discussion on this issue that the public will not get to hear, and I think it wise to extensively lay out the cause for reform.

People will of course debate the numbers . . .and the Dems are audibly gafawing. Well groan all you like, and you can fudge the numbers however you like, but sooner or later we're going to have to tackle this issue, and better sooner than latter. I think that's the major point conservatives have been making . . .let's not wait until, it's too late to fix this thing.


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