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July 11th, 2011
07:24 PM ET

Tony Blair weighs in on hacking scandal

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair says he doesn't believe he was hacked by News of the World.

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Filed under: Interviews • News of the World • Tony Blair • United Kingdom
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  1. Ed

    I worked since I was 14. Did 18 years in the Army and three years Civil Service. During all this time both SS and Medicare were being withdrawn. My question is: what do both the Democrats and Republicans have in mind? are they going to keep changing the elegibility age until the day before i die?
    I keep hearing how the system will go broke and needs to be fixed well here is an easy fix at least for SS: Stop borrowing from the fund to pay for other things. As for what political party I identify with now, for most of my life I was a Republican, but now I belong to the party of "All of them are out of touch and not worth a dime"
    Sincerely,

    Ed

    July 11, 2011 at 7:35 pm |

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