To help fund President Bush's reform plan to add personal retirement accounts to the Social Security program, the White House admitted that it would probably use government borrowing to cover the oft-debated "transition financing" phase of a new program.
"There will be some upfront transition financing that will be needed to move toward a better system," admitted White House spokesman Scott McClellan.
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