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Right now and take a look at who is talking that's right Charles Krauthammer weighing in on the latest developments in the negotiation.
He says the approach the president and the Democrats isn't about the economy at all but rather about politics.
I'm not serious at all about entitlements.
Which is the president himself -- so that's where the money is.
On Social Security denied if there's any effect on the deficit your own thing Dick Durbin is an earlier.
Last week that so security hasn't had a good time.
And to the deficit in fact in 2012.
It adds a 160 billion dollars of debt.
And that's not.
That's more than a -- And they pretend you heard divine Holland said.
There's 2.5 trillion dollars through me trust in front of -- -- that we'll take care of it for twenty more years 25 movies.
That means there are pieces of paper and a trust fund with a treasury says we will pay you but it doesn't have the money.
It -- the surpluses in the past that it's simply a promise of from a treasury which is.
And has to borrow a trillion dollars a year from the Chinese.
Simply to pay its bills today.
So that's a fiction and they know it but they won't touch those security why because of their political implication.
The Republicans are bad guys and -- good guys it's surprising to me the president essentially.
Who could get the revenues he wants from deductions and exclusions but insist on -- race not for economic reasons but political.
He wants to break the back of Republicans and the that this is a continuation of his campaign he thinks he wanted and now he wants.
To drive a stake through -- -- was all about politics it's nothing about economics.
-- democratic congressman Chris van Holland also appeared on special report.
He says there are cuts in the president's budget but Republicans haven't really paid attention to them.
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