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social security

pwo

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Before the election, social security was a hot topic. Democrats were saying that Pres. Bush was running the system into the ground. Now that he is reelected, Bush wants to reform the system. Opponents now say that there is nothing wrong and if it aint broke don't fix it. This is a huge contradiction.

They also say that nothing will go wrong for at least 35 years. That's good for the baby boomers, but I am only 19. What will happen when I retire? Bush's plan will allow me to invest some of my money. Young Americans need to back President Bush, for our futures sake. At least on this issue.
 
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