Bush renews push to alter Social Security

When bush returned from Europe he said “Now that I'm back home, I'm eager to move ahead with one of my top domestic priorities: strengthening and saving Social Security," I believe he is making such a big deal about social security because it is a much easer thing to fix than Medicare. Bush made a much bigger problem when he created the prescription drug plan for the elderly. The deficits he created will be far larger and are much more of a concern than social security. I find it very disappointing and concerning when the president will not address a problem he created. When will President Bush take responsibility for his policy and inform the American people how he plans to pay for the prescription drug plan for the elderly?

1 comment:

Dr. Tufte said...

-2 on Kenny's post for spelling errors, and no link.

The problem with social security is the same as the problem with Medicare. I think he is doing social security because the current political winds make that feasible.