Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Contest Seeks to 'Stop the Republican Social Security Scam'


Okaaay
... Here we go. The Commies are a fixen to come out of the woodwork.

It's funny to me that those who bark the loudest, come in two categories. There are the ones who already have a retirement plan that is backed by investments in stocks, bonds and money certificates. This is similar to the Union and State and Federal retirement funds along with large Corporations including the Military, Cities, and Counties. Then, of course, there is the U.S. Congress and Senate who have their own little cozy retirement plan.

Then there are those who don't work for a living like the activist and the able bodied welfare recipients.

They ALL be de folks who say the Bush plan wont work.

By Susan Jones
CNSNews.com Morning Editor
March 1, 2005

(CNSNews.com) - Anti-Bush actContest Seeks to 'Stop the Republican Social Security Scam'ivists are replaying a publicity stunt from the presidential campaign, launching a nationwide contest to produce a "Macromedia Flash animation, game or interactive application" that shows how President Bush's reform plan will "gut Social Security."

MoveOn PAC announced it is joining forces with actor John Cusack, cartoonist Aaron McGruder, and liberal activists Al Franken and Arianna Huffington to promote the contest, called "Bush in 30 Years: A Flash Contest to Stop the Republican Social Security Scam."

MoveOn PAC said it is inviting its 3 million members, college students, and Flash animation designers (amateurs and professionals alike) to submit Flash pieces.

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