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  1. Frances Jenkins

    March 2, 2013 at 8:56 am

    When the president and congress began to discuss what must be cut, at the top of the list must be medicaid, medicare and defense. Adam knows the federal government cannot assume more cost from medicaid. Even if the taxes on the rich were increased to 45%, we would still be falling off the cliff without more being added to the governments expense account. This is the tool from Bluepoint/Blueprint to demonize Republicans. Demonize! Demonize! The truth is not to be found. We are broken with a 17 trillion dollar debt. Even Democrats who are now reading the ACA are concerned about the debt it will create. Adam how is this going to be paid? One shake in the interest rate moving upward and more trouble for the debt.

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