Bush vows: the dawn of the return of the night of Social Security reform (not, please, "privatization") will come next year…if the GOP holds the House. Given that a major reason for abandoning that cause so far was its potential downside for GOP legislators with voters this November, it's not entirely clear what he hoped to accomplish politically by making this vow now–maybe a little bit of "energizing the base"? That can go both ways, of course–it will be interesting to see how much play this comment of Bush's gets in the next month and a half.
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