29
Dez
2004

A Victory Leading into the New Year

The fight against President Bush's proposed Wall Street sell-out of Social Security is on. The week before last, the Campaign for America's Future drew nearly 50 of the nation's top media outlets to broadcast opposition to the President's privatization scheme.

Just as the President rolled out with his first major post-election address to sell privatization as a "plan for the people," we were there to challenge him. We convened leaders of some of the nation's largest labor, seniors, women, civil rights and disability groups, met the press, called out the President's scam, and presented case after compelling case against privatization.

The top media outlets covering this event included...

> Los Angeles Times
> CBS News
> Knight Ridder
> Dallas Morning News
> MSNBC
> Reuters, and
> Business Week

Through this coverage, millions of Americans heard the truth about the President's proposed Wall Street sell-out, and met the leaders determined to defend and strengthen America's most successful social insurance and anti-poverty program.

Here's where you can see which media outlets covered the event, and get links to their coverage:

//action.ourfuture.org/ctt.asp?u=1742757&l=72761

This successful media push is just the start of an aggressive campaign we've launched heading into 2005 to challenge the President head on, and defeat his #1 domestic priority. We are determined to continue building on this momentum in the new year to strengthen and defend America's safety net from Bush's privatization scheme.

We're grateful for all of the opportunities we've had to fight side by side with you over the past year, and take great pride in the progress we all continue to make. With your continued support we're confident that we will win on this front and many others.

As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. so aptly stated, "The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice."

Thank you again for all of your support this past year. We look forward to continuing the fight with you in 2005, and will keep you posted as the next round approaches.

Thanks again for all that you do!

Sincerely,

Robert L. Borosage, Co-Director
Campaign for America's Future

Roger Hickey, Co-Director
Campaign for America's Future
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