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"Republicans are hoping no one will notice their rapid retreat from the issue of Social Security." Jason Furman
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"It's not about health care. No one needs to put away $10,000 a year and have it accumulate to hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay for health care." Jason Furman
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"you get 50 years of deficits." Jason Furman
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"The traditional misery index is worse right now than it was in 2001." Jason Furman
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"They may not think that that's a problem, but John Kerry thinks deficits do matter." Jason Furman
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"We've had 11 previous presidents (since then), Democrats, Republicans. They faced wars, they faced recessions, they faced all sorts of challenges, ... Every one of them managed to create jobs until George Bush." Jason Furman
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"This president didn't sound particularly concerned about the 46 million people without health insurance." Jason Furman
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"The president's proposal would reduce benefits for people living on Social Security and subject what was left to substantially greater risk." Jason Furman
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