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Byline: David Jackson
WASHINGTON _ President Bush will use his State of the Union to advance what aides call "big issues."
But don't expect many specifics.
While Iraq and Social Security are expected to dominate the address, a formal proposal regarding the retirement system isn't expected for at least weeks, and Bush aides have ruled out a specific timetable for withdrawal of troops from Iraq.
The president will discuss "the policies and the reforms that we should pursue to build upon the accomplishments of the past four years," White House press secretary Scott McClellan said.
The speech comes as Democrats and some Republicans …