Tuesday, November 22, 2005

GM today, Social Security tomorrow.

With only 200,000 workers supporting the health care plans of over 300,000 retired employees, the melt down of General Motors should serve as a wake-up call for reform of the Social Security program. The lessons are here if we are wise enough to learn them and bold enough to act.

Thanks Hugh Hewitt for the link and the commentary on your radio show.


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