From the Journal Star of Lincoln, Nebraska:
President Bush’s proposal to revise Social Security to authorize personal investment accounts isn’t likely to gain congressional approval, Republican Rep. Lee Terry said. “I don’t see the votes there,” the four-term congressman and dean of Nebraska’s House delegation said in a Lincoln interview this week.
“If I were an adviser, I’d tell the president to quit talking principles and present a plan. Get a specific plan and start advocating it.”