They’re Pozers

From Holden:

Robert Pozen and Bill Thomas flee the reservation in the New York Times.

Robert C. Pozen, the business executive who developed the theory behind President Bush’s plan to trim Social Security benefits in the future, urged the president on Thursday to drop his insistence on using part of workers’ taxes to pay for individual investment accounts.

This was one of two blows during the day to Mr. Bush’s policies on Social Security and retirement saving. In the House, Representative Bill Thomas, chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, disregarded the methods favored by the president to encourage workers to save for retirement – mostly tax incentives for the affluent – and offered completely