Relentless Pursuit of Wisdom and Liberty

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Tuesday, March 08, 2005

The art of brevity

Tustin's Henry DeVusser submitted a letter to the Register today (the very last one, bottom of the page) that sums up in one brilliant sentence the bafflement Social Security reform advocates feel when confronted with the wailings of the opponents of personal accounts:
To all of those who continue to bash President George W. Bush and his plan for Social Security reform: Can you spell 'voluntary'?
Classic - I hope this one letter makes more of an impact than any other longer-winded letter or commentary column (ahem) has to date.


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