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Bush fund-raising and talking about Social Security, yesterday, in Pennsylvania from CNN.com:

"There are some of us in Washington, D.C., who do not want to leave you saddled with a retirement system that's going broke," he said.

For some in the president's audience, mostly high school students not old enough to vote, the subject of Social Security elicited blank stares.

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