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called "privatization of Social Security,"
the establishment of personal accounts
that would allow younger Americans to
invest a portion of their payroll tax, which
usually goes toward Social Security and
Medicare payments into private accounts
like the stock market. Bush claims this
would allow them to yield a greater return
on Social Security payments.
The president may have an easier
time achieving his goals as Republi-
cans managed to win four seats in the
U.S. House of Representatives last
night and gained four seats in the Sen-
ate, which they also control. The GOP
now holds two of the three branches of
the federal government aand is likely
to increase its influence over the third
with Bush nominations to the Supreme
Court. LSA junior Mike King says he
thinks Republican control of Con-
gress will be influential for making
"If the House, Senate and presidency
are Republican, Bush could appoint
more conservative judges to the Supreme
Court," he said.
The court of Chief Justice William
Rehnquist is the longest unchanged court
in 190 years and one of the oldest, with
an average age of 70 for the justices. The
next four years will likely see anywhere
from two to four justices stepping down
- giving the president the opportunity
to replace them with more conservative
judges and shape U.S. constitutional inter-
pretation for decades to come.
If more conservative justices are nomi-
nated and confirmed by the Senate, some
say it may mean the end of abortion as a
constitutional right, a principle established
by the court in 1973 landmark Roe v. Wade
case. Similar social issues, such as same-
sex marriage and affirmative action, could
be revisited if a more conservative court
remained relatively unchanged well into
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campaign considers its strong suits, but
which have earned criticism for play-
ing with the fears of Americans. The
only hint at the topic of terrorism was
when Bush credited his administration
for bringing "the enemy to justice" by
going to war in Iraq.
The president also described a gen-
eral plan for the nation, mentioning five
themes that would take priority in his sec-
ond term: economic recovery, war, educa-
tion, Social Security and moral values.
Although no specific details were
offered, his mention of each issue
indicated continuity with the first
four years of Bush decision-making.
Despite far reaching criticism of his
decision to go to war in Iraq, Bush's
statements on the topic aligned with
the status quo. On the war, he main-
tained that Iraq and Afghanistan
would grow in strength and defend
their freedom, adding that the emer-
gence of democratic regimes in these
countries would earn soldiers the
respect and honor they deserved.
Bush also reiterated a Social
Security overhaul he has been advo-
cating in the last four years: privati-
zation through personal investment
accounts. He also pledged to reform
an "outdated tax code," which he has
done in the last four years by lower-
ing taxes to spur economic recovery.
But Bush resonated with the audi-
ence best when he mentioned conser-
vative morals and values, a position
that some say was most appealing
to Republicans in this election and
was also a wedge issue used to court
those opposed to abortion and gay
A pledge to return to "family and
faith" appealed to most people present.
"Bush's speech was wonderful because
it gave glory to God and will unite the
nation," said Michelle Wicker of Georgia,
who along with her two children and hus-
band carried Bush/Cheney signs.
While others present at the event
voiced similar beliefs, outside of the
Republican victory party, just 9 per-
cent of the District of Columbia voted
for Bush. Thus most bars, restaurants
and streets remained quiet as citizens
went on with daily activities. Cab
drivers driving around downtown
Washington said the city lay quiet, an
observation many others made.
On buses, subways and street cor-
ners, much of the city's black popula-
tion expressed dismay about Kerry's
loss and concern about what Bush
would do for them.
"Four more years of this president
means once again (the black community)
will be ignored," said Washington resident
The Republicans had begun celebrating
a victory early Tuesday night and expect-
ed President Bush would address them
and accept victory. However, because of
statements by the Democratic candidates
that Ohio and New Mexico were too close
to call, a withering and half-asleep crowd
at the victory party was told that Bush
would not accept victory until the results
Florida was called for the President
early, another crucial state that propelled
the President to victory.
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