How To Do Social Security

Note to Dems -- It's like this and like this and like that, and uh.

Update: I should probably say something more on this. Berry's genius is in realizing that Bush is making an effective public play to seem reasonable, open-minded, and good-hearted concerning Social Security. He's using Congress as cannon fodder, getting them to float an unpopular plan that they'd never touch if the White House didn't have bayonets to their backs. But just because he's kept his mouth shut concerning his intentions doesn't mean that others have shown similar discipline. So just as Republicans use Michael Moore to tar the national security bona fides of moderate and even hawkish Democrats, we should use Grover Norquist's statements to define the President's plans. Props to Marion Berry for figuring it out.