Even conservatives in Congress are worried that President Bush, who has often taken a passive approach as major legislation has moved through Congress, will not provide enough direction and leadership to pass a major Social Security reform bill. Treasury Secretary John Snow did not dispel this worry when he told the New York Times it would be weeks, if not months, before the details of the President’s Social Security reform package were publicly revealed. Snow said the administration is first trying to sell the idea that reform is needed.
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