Hesiod and I must be long-lost brothers or something
His response to Alan Greenspan's call to slash Social Security in order to pay for Bush's tax cuts is that the Democrats should filibuster any attempt by Bush to re-instate Greenspan once his term expires in June.
I agree. Furthermore, Hesiod points out that just one month ago Howard Dean was criticized for saying that Greenspan should be fired.
Dean tells people what they need to hear even if they don't want to hear it. I guess the kind of character we want in a Doctor is not the kind of character we want in a President. (That's the collective "we". Not me personally.)