Break Social Security Corruption

Thanks to our supporters, we've got President Bush's key Congressional ally on Social Security privatization in a very hot seat. Rep. Jim McCrery -- the man charged to push Social Security privatization through the House of Representatives -- found his Wall Street conflict of interest dramatically exposed in three full-page ads and news stories throughout the nation last week.

From coverage in The New York Times, The New Orleans Times-Picayune, TalkingPointsMemo.com and others, hundreds of thousands of McCrery's own constituents -- and millions of Americans -- learned how Wall Street money is corrupting Social Security politics.

Our shared and hard-hitting fight against Social Security privatization is winning! Help us stay on the offense! Please contribute to help air a pointed new TV ad -- over 100 times this week in McCrery's home district -- to further expose his corruption on Social Security and hammer the White House for defending him.


McCrery's hometown newspaper -- The Shreveport Times -- editorialized last week about his ineffectual name-calling response to our expose, stating "McCrery's playing of the 'liberal bias' card against the Campaign for America's Future ignores the imperative that messing around with Social Security needs to be a straight-up exercise."

McCrery's still reeling from last week, and the White House is now scrambling to send senior officials down to Shreveport to quiet the anti-privatization storm. Today, the White House dispatched Treasury Secretary John Snow to try to defend McCrery and revive the ever-diminishing support for their privatization scheme. And, the White House just announced that President Bush will travel to Shreveport himself in early March to do the same.

With your help, we will continue to cut through their defense. Please help us start by greeting Secretary Snow today -- and throughout this week -- with a barrage of TV ads highlighting McCrery's corruption, and hammering the White House for trying to defend him.


Thank you so much for all that you do and have done to build a successful offense against the right-wing's Social Security privatization scheme. With your help, we will take the pressure to the next level, and keep them on their heels.


Thank you again.


Ellen S. Miller, Deputy Director
Campaign for America's Future


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