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President Discusses Strengthening Social Security for Younger Workers
President George W. Bush discusses Strengthening Social Security at the Milwaukee Art Museum in Milwaukee, Wis., Thursday, May 19, 2005. "The job of the President is to confront problems and not pass those problems on to another President,. . ." said the President. "And I realize if we don't act, we're liable to saddle a younger generation of Americans with an 18-percent payroll tax to make good for the promises that you've made for me. And that's not fair, and that's not right." White House photo by Paul Morse

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