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Release – McGlowan Pledges Support for George W. Bush’s Plan to Save Social Security

By: Magnolia Tribune - March 5, 2010

For Immediate Release: March 5, 2010
Challenges Nunnelee to Find His Voice and Vow to Do the Same on Behalf of Hard Working Mississippians
Oxford, MS – Former Fox News political analyst and TEA Party speaker Angela McGlowan, the pro-life, pro-gun, anti-tax, anti-wasteful government spending conservative Republican running to represent Mississippians in the 1st congressional district, today pledged her support for President George W. Bush’s plan to save social security and challenged her opponent, Alan Nunnelee to find his voice and do the same.
Last month, 16-year incumbent State Senator Alan Nunnelee was caught on tape refusing to directly answer a question posed by a Mississippian as to whether, or not, he supported a Republican House Budget Committee proposal that would give individuals a choice to stay in the current Social Security system or invest a portion of their payroll taxes in government managed funds.
“As Mississippi’s next member of Congress, I pledge to pick up the mantle of President George W. Bush’s battle to save Social Security – a program upon which so many of our elderly neighbors in Mississippi depend,” McGlowan stated. “I share President Bush’s moral commitment to saving Social Security and, as such, refuse to stand silent while the good people of Mississippi contribute their hard earned money into a system that will soon be bankrupt.
“To this end, I would encourage Senator Nunnelee to join me and vow his unequivocal support of the individual retirement accounts that were an integral part of the President’s vision and would protect and preserve Social Security for generations of hard working Mississippians to come.
“Together, Senator Nunnelee and I can send a powerful message to liberal House Speaker Nancy Pelosi: one of us is coming to Congress to fulfill President Bush’s vision for Social Security, so get ready to deal with it Nancy.”
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