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madfloridian Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-24-12 08:12 PM
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Plouffe in Nov. said Medicare, Medicaid driving deficit. "left" must accept tough things.
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Posted on DU: December 25, 2012
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David Plouffe is close with this administration. He said this in November after Obama's big win. He is warning the left. Seems to me when "the left" tries to stand for things Democrats traditionally have stood for, things like Social Security and public education, they are often "warned" they will harm the party.">Ed Schultz, liberals unhappy with David Plouffe for suggesting entitlement reform

Were all familiar with the Obama administrations I won approach to compromise, but White House senior advisor David Plouffe today earned the scorn of liberals when video of him naming Medicare and Medicaid as the chief drivers of the deficit made the rounds. MSNBCs Ed Schultz was among those trying to reel Plouffe back from the edge of reality.

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