The last time I dared bloviate about Social Security in this space, I was accused of being on President Bush's payroll and promoting his agenda for reform.

Actually, I should have been flattered that a reader would think this publication influential enough to draw notice from the nation's chief executive. And then to subsequently be hired by him to pitch his plan to reform the 70-year-old program.

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