Uh oh ... the tap dancing has begun, as Li'l Scottie goes into full weasel mode:
MR. McCLELLAN: It was the story that said that individuals investing in personal accounts will have to return money to the government, the money that they invest in those personal accounts. The story is wrong. Individuals get to keep everything they set aside in personal accounts, plus the increased rate of return they'll realize on their investment. So to suggest otherwise is wrong. It is the individual's account and the government cannot touch it -- and the article suggested otherwise.
Q -- that reporter's report?
MR. McCLELLAN: I just wanted to mention that, because it was wrong and there is some comments from people in the article suggesting that our plan was something that it is not.
How long until McClellan announces he's stepping down to ... uh ... spend more time with his family? Yeah, that's it. Cuz, you know, they're all family values kind of folks.