Source Pravda.Ru

Bush's Social Security plan faced scepticism

US President &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/mailbox/22/101/399/14556_ballots.html' target=_blank>George W. Bush faced stiff opposition Thursday to his two ambitious second-term goals: spreading democracy in the &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/columnists/2002/04/05/27369.html' target=_blank>Middle East and overhauling the politically sensitive Social Security retirement program.

A day after he used his annual State of the Union address to make those initiatives the centerpieces of his agenda for the next four years, Bush wasted no time in taking his case to some of the biggest skeptics.

The president left &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/main/2003/01/23/42471.html' target=_blank>Washington early for a two-day, five-state trip to convince a divided US public and a polarized Congress to embrace his call for partially privatizing state-run Social Security, wrote the Turkish Press.

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"We have every right to impose sharia here in Belgium...We say that we want to impose sharia, because Sharia is 80% compatible with the Constitution"

The Islamic party challenges Europe

"We have every right to impose sharia here in Belgium...We say that we want to impose sharia, because Sharia is 80% compatible with the Constitution"

The Islamic party challenges Europe