Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Framing the Social Security Debate;
White House Strategy

Although the debate about reformation of social security is a matter of moderate interest for me, being at the tail end of the baby boom generation, so far I have not commented on the matter here.  The reason: debates should begin with observations, or at least with information of some sort.  Until there are facts to talk about, there is no point in having a debate.

When Bush is asked about the details of his plan, he always says that it is too early to talk about the details. 

So rather than jump into the fray and discuss the issue without knowing the facts, I will instead examine the possible reasons for the Administration framing the debate in the manner they have so far.  Read the rest at The Rest of the Story.