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lBUSH While key allies like Germany and
France opposed the war, Bush said his
Continued from page 1A administration "will continue to build
in the war on terror, inspire democracy the coalitions that will defeat the dan-
reformers from Damascus to Tehran, gers of our time."
bring more hope and progress to a trou- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelo-
bled region," he said. si, delivering the Democratic response,
Bush also promised to push forward challenged Bush on Iraq.
for Mideast peace, including $350 mil- "We all know that the United States
lion in aid to the Palestinians. cannot stay in Iraq indefinitely and
"The goal of two democratic states, continue to be viewed as an occupy-
Israel and Palestine, living side by side ing force," she said. "Neither should
in peace, is within reach, and America we slip out the back door, falsely
will help them achieve that goal," the declaring victory but leaving chaos.
president said. ... We have never heard a clear plan
With more than 1,400 Americans from this administration for ending
killed in Iraq and the United States our presence in Iraq."
spending more than $1 billion a week Emboldened by his re-election, Bush
on the war, Bush urged Congress to called on lawmakers to move on several
support his request for an additional controversial fronts, including liberal-
$80 billion. "During this time of war, izing the nation's immigration laws,
we must continue to support our mili- imposing limits on medical malpractice
tary and give them the tools for vic- lawsuits, simplifying taxes and extend-
tory," he said. ing the life of the tax cuts enacted dur-
the michigan daily

ing his first term.
He also urged passage of long-stalled
energy legislation and promised to send
Congress a budget next week that holds
discretionary spending below inflation.
Warning Congress that it will face pain-
ful choices, Bush said his budget would
substantially reduce or eliminate more
than 150 federal programs.
Bush said his wife, Laura, would
lead a nationwide effort to reduce gang
violence by encouraging young people
to remain crime free. In a nod to con-
servatives, he renewed support for a
constitutional amendment to ban gay
marriage.
Transforming Social Security is
a political gamble for Bush and for
Republican allies wary of taking big
political risks. While Bush cannot run
for another term, most GOP lawmakers
face re-election next year and are ner-
vous about tampering with a system that
Americans like and see no immediate

need to overhaul.
Democrats, on the other hand, face
a risk of appearing as obstructionists if
they simply oppose all of Bush's plan.
Under Bush's Social Security plan,
workers would be allowed to divert
up to two-thirds of their payroll taxes
into private investment accounts,
according to a Social Security expert
who was briefed on the plan yester-
day. Contributions would be capped
at $1,000 per year, rising each year
by $100. Social Security's guaranteed
benefits would be reduced to make
up for money diverted to the private
accounts.
A variety of solutions have been pro-
posed over the years, such as limiting
benefits for wealthy retirees, raising
the retirement age, indexing benefits to
prices rather than wages, discouraging
early collection of Social Security ben-
efits and changing the ways benefits are
calculated, Bush said.

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