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"The president is totally committed to Social Security reform." Al Hubbard
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"The president believes very strongly that this is going to have a major, major impact on economic growth and economic growth in the short run, which is so important to creating those jobs where people will come back to New Orleans, southern Mississippi and southern Alabama." Al Hubbard
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"Poverty is a lagging indicator. It is sort of the last ratio that declines with an expanding economy." Al Hubbard
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Economy   

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"The last thing in the world we need to do is raise taxes and retard economic growth." Al Hubbard
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"It's coming from the American taxpayer." Al Hubbard
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"The recovery will be paid for by the federal taxpayer and it will add to the deficit." Al Hubbard
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"We're fortunate that the economy is very, very strong now. It will continue to be strong." Al Hubbard
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"Despite the fact that gasoline prices have obviously fallen dramatically from where they peaked after (Hurricane) Katrina, they are still too high. He (Bush) is especially concerned about natural gas prices and the impact they're going to have on people's budgets this winter." Al Hubbard
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"The timing is unclear. In terms of priorities for next year, that's up -- I'm going to leave it up to him to share his priorities with the American people." Al Hubbard
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"The bottom line is, (Bush) truly believes, as we believe, that by leaving more money in people's hands and allowing them to spend it, that has propelled the economy." Al Hubbard
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Money   

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"The sooner we make (the tax cuts) permanent, the better for the economy. I am encouraging him to make that a top priority." Al Hubbard
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"The American people are very, very frustrated with the health care system, for good reason." Al Hubbard
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Health   

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"It's unfair to treat people who don't have employer-provided insurance differently (in the tax code) from those who do have employer-provided insurance." Al Hubbard
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"It's not fair for people who feel like they can't leave their job or they'd lose their insurance. And it's not fair not to know what the quality of the providers are and what kind of pricing they're being charged for services." Al Hubbard
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"I can assure you this president is being very aggressive on spending control." Al Hubbard
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Control   

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"I think it's reasonable to expect a similar approach this coming year." Al Hubbard
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"Medicare is a much bigger problem than Social Security ... you can't wish away the problem, it's there and the sooner we address it the better." Al Hubbard
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"Why should we discourage people from paying for health care out of their pocket as opposed to through their insurance, the result of which is we tend to over-insure because that gives us a tax break." Al Hubbard
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"The president views this as a big problem. I think he'll be talking about some reforms that he thinks are very important." Al Hubbard
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"This is a big priority for the president. The system has got to be reformed." Al Hubbard
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"We're still concerned about the high cost of energy. The president is especially concerned about the cost of natural gas and what it's going to mean to the American homeowner." Al Hubbard
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