Monday, February 07, 2005

FDR didn't endorse private accounts; Ben Nelson undecided


Turns out that conservatives' trumpeting of FDR's support for private Social Security accounts was mistaken. Looks like FDR's record of being dead wrong on just about everything remains unblemished.

In other news, Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE) was bodily thrown from President Bush's limousine by a temporary chauffeur, and had to hitch a ride 50 blocks for a press conference. Some guy in an '89 Buick picked up Nelson after Glenn Reynolds, winner of Tastee Wheat[TM] cereal's "Secret Service Agent for a Day" contest, manhandled him in a case of mistaken identity. "I thought he said Ricky Nelson," said Reynolds in an exclusive interview with Instapundit. "I didn't want some dead rockabilly dude in the president's car. That's creepy."

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