Monday, February 28, 2005

WSJ.com - In Bush's 'Ownership Society,' Citizens Would Take More Risk

Money line:

"In the Bush vision, the nation's social safety nets would still exist, but on a smaller scale, targeting the most needy."

The implication is there is a large, and growing, number of "less needy" who are consuming the safety net like a swarm of locust in a cornfield.

Bush is right on this recognition. No ifs, ands or butts. When the Democrats realize this and use it to drive the eventual birth of any new idea, they will begin to climb back from the sinkhole demographics has driven them into.

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