Glimmers of what?

Grover Norquist isn’t letting go of his blue Nikes.

There were still some glimmers of optimism. Grover Norquist, a conservative with close ties to the White House, said that while “we’ve had some bumps,” he predicted that Mr. Bush’s grandest plans, including Social Security, would eventually be successful, albeit not necessarily while Mr. Bush was still in office.

“They will be called W accounts,” he predicted. “Fifty years from now, children will learn that Ronald Reagan ended the cold war and George Bush privatized Social Security.”

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