So I’m at the mall the other day to buy a book. That’s a bunch of pages bound together containing a variety of ideas and human thought and imagination. Heh-heh. Anyway, I’m coming out of the store, and I see a woman … well the only way to describe it is … she was walking her kid.
A registered Democrat, Robert Pozen has little to gain politically from the Social Security solvency plan that he drafted and that now is heralded by President Bush, whom the former Massachusetts economic development chief voted against in November. Nonetheless, Pozen has become a favorite witness at congressional hearings, promoting his idea of “progressive indexing” for future benefits.