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Social Security / Bush Plan / AARP #781916

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 02, 2005
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Results of a CBS News/"New York Times" poll on President Bush’s plan for creating private accounts for Social Security cited.

(White House: John Roberts) The political battle over changing Social Security featured; details given of AARP’s campaign against Bush’s plan and Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan’s declaration that changes are needed. [Representative Tom DeLAY†- calls AARP irresponsible.] [BUSH – says younger Americans need to worry.] [Yesterday, Senator William FRIST – speculates on a time frame.] [Senator Harry REID†- criticizes Bush’s plan.] Indications that the battle will get nasty discussed; Internet ad claiming AARP is anti-military & pro-gay marriage shown.

Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John

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