Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Like Shooting Fish in a Barrel

Senate Republicans maneuver one of the least popular ideas ever into legislation. Nevertheless, it's the first time the Republicans have ever spoken honestly about what they plan.
Key Senate Republicans are considering gradually raising the Social Security retirement age as high as 69 over several years as they struggle to jump-start legislation that President Bush has placed atop his second-term agenda, officials said Tuesday.

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