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DSCC Celebrates 75th anniversary of Social Security

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Social Security Scorecard - DSCC: Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee

When I said privatize, that's what I meant. — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle, 4 hours ago

Excerpted from “Social Security heats up as midterm issue” By Chris Cillizza, “The Fix,” The Washington Post, August 13, 2010; 8:24 AM ET
[SIZE="+2"]T[/SIZE]o commemorate the 75th anniversary, which is tomorrow, of Social Security becoming law, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has released a scorecard documenting 13 Republican Senate candidates who have expressed support for some form of privatization of the retirement system.
 
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