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Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Big Doings in the Senate
NewDonkey.com: "Today Bill Nelson of FL offered a sense-of-the-Senate resolution expressing opposition to any Social Security proposal that involved 'deep benefit cuts or a massive increase in debt.' It failed on a 50-50 vote, but as Sam Rosenfeld noted at Tapped, its big-tent wording not only attracted support from every single Democrat and five Republicans, but also put 50 GOPers on record as having no problem with 'deep benefit cuts or a massive increase in debt,' a gift to Democrats that will keep on giving for many campaigns to come."
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posted by Richard Campbell at 3/16/2005 11:59:00 AM


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