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October 25, 2006

Gorilla Chases Man-on-Dog!

WHAT: Pennsylvania Action and Americans United Press Conference and Rally to Announce ‘Golden Promise’ Campaign to Protect Social Security
WHEN: Wednesday, October 25, 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Senator Rick Santorum's Pittsburgh Office, 100 West Station Square Drive,
Landmarks Building, Suite 250, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

You-Tube-Famous 'Grandpa Gorilla' to Join Pennsylvania Action and Americans United at Social Security 'Golden Promise' Press Conference and Rally -- 8th Public Challenge to Pro-Privatizer Sen. Rick Santorum -- 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Santorum's Pittsburgh Office

Having Pursued Sen. Santorum from Harrisburg (8/2) to Middletown (8/20) to Philadelphia (9/14) to Allentown (9/27) to Scranton (10/4) to Altoona (10/14) to Erie (10/25, 10 a.m.) and, now, to Pittsburgh (10/25, 1:30 p.m.), 11-Foot-Tall 'Grandpa Gorilla' Vows to Chase Sen. Santorum Until He 'Takes a Stand' Against Bush's Proposal to Dismantle Social Security with a Risky Investment Scheme that would Slash Guaranteed Benefits and Explode the National Debt

Non-Partisan Senior Citizen Lobby Group, Pennsylvania Action, joined by Americans United, to Announce Wednesday (10/25), at Senator Santorum's Pittsburgh Office, ‘Golden Promise’ Campaign to Protect Social Security and Stop Privatization

Organizations Seek Santorum's Commitment to Sign ‘Golden Promise’ to Protect Social Security and Halt Risky Social Security Privatization Scheme .

The Golden Promise is a formal pledge Members of Congress are being encouraged to sign in order to protect Social Security and oppose efforts to privatize it:
The Golden Promise

Social Security guarantees Americans that if they work hard, contribute, and play by the rules, they have earned the right to retire in dignity, and their families will be protected in the event of disability or death.

We are united in our commitment to strengthen Social Security, not privatize it. We will work to improve the retirement security of all Americans and will oppose any scheme for deep benefit cuts or massive debt to fund risky private accounts.

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