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Editorial: Social Security Reform Dodge –- Details, Effects, Cost, Not Being Addressed
The Washington Post; subscription may be requiredLink to more items from this source
Dec. 20, 2004
Excerpt: 'The crisis is now,' President Bush declared of Social Security at the economic conference called by the White House last week. The president's language may have been a bit hyperbolic -- the funding shortfall in Social Security is big but not insurmountable, and in any event Medicare is a far more daunting problem -- but his fundamental point is sound. However dire your view of the Social Security situation, it's far better to deal with the problem now than wait until it's bigger[.]

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