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The morality of Social Security

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Some pundits appear to be learning the wrong lesson from the surprise victory of Republican Bob Turner in the special election for Anthony Weiner’s seat in New York’s 9th Congressional District: “Mediscaring” seniors won’t work after all for the Democrats, they now say.

Charles Krauthammer put it this way: “There’s a message here that what the Democrats had assumed would be the magic bullet for the next election — the Mediscare campaign which succeeded in N.Y.-29 after the Ryan plan was revealed — may not work.”

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