From 'Pure Politics': Waiting to address the nation's debt
10/07/2010 07:26 PM
Since the spring, the Bipartisan Commission on Deficit Reduction has been examining the financial future of programs such as Social Security and Medicare for the broader purpose of cutting the national debt.
With seemingly everyone talking about the national debt during this election, Pure Politics wanted to know what those who have been talking most about the long-term debt hoped would come out of the commission:
The 18-person group will give its suggestions after the Nov. 2 elections.
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