Thursday, April 21, 2005
John Harrington
1001 2nd Street
Suite 325
Napa, CA 94559

Dear Mr. Harrington:

I am writing in response to your letter dated April 18, 2005 regarding the privatization of
Social Security.

At Charles Schwab, we work with millions of investors each year helping them plan for
and reach their financial goals. From that experience we know that retirement security is
the top financial priority for most Americans. Assuring that Social Security remains
viable for current and future generations of American retirees is a common national
objective and should be one of today's most important long-term goals for policy-makers
and the public, regardless of political affiliation. We have encouraged and will continue
to support an open discussion about ways to address Social Security's long-term strength
and viability. We're hopeful the nation can reach a bipartisan compromise to assure
Social Security's long-term viability. We believe that Americans deserve a system that
works and provides a stable and predictable future for them. At this time, The Charles
Schwab Corporation is not an advocate of any specific political approach related to
addressing Social Security.

If you have additional comments or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me at 1-


Kathy Priest

Chairman's Division

Here are two ways to make your opposition to privatizing Social Security known:

Sign the DNC Petition

Send a letter to your representatives in Congress
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