Washington -- Although he has promised to cut the federal deficit in half within five years via prudent restrictions on spending, President Bush said that more discussion if required before putting forth any strategy to reform the Social Security system.
Bush, whose ambitious second-term agenda calls for reforming both the federal tax code and Social Security, said during a press conference last week that the first step is to convince lawmakers of the problems with the current Social Security system.
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