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Washington. D.C. - President Bush announced Tuesday a 'back-up plan' if his proposed initial proposal to privatize the Social Security system falls through, namely, paying off the people who have paid into the system with lottery tickets.

Lottery Ticket

Washington. D.C. - President Bush announced Tuesday a 'back-up plan' if his proposed initial proposal to privatize the Social Security system falls through, namely, paying off the people who have paid into the system with lottery tickets.

"The time for change is now. We, as Americans, cannot wait any longer," said Bush in a public speech Tuesday.

"If congress will not approve a move toward privatization, I will go to the people. And time has proven, that the American people love to gamble. The American people love to win. The American people love games. And there's no greater game, in the United States, than the National Lottery".

Bush spoke to a crowd of enthusiastic supporters.

The tickets would be handled on a state-by-state basis under Bush's new plan.

Bush insisted that with a 'payout of 100 tickets per year' each and every recipient has a "not insignificant chance to win and win big, and to secure a greater and more secure future for themselves, and their family".

Various State Lottery agencies, who were the second topmost contributors to Bush's 2004 Presidential run, were unavailable for comment.

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