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Look at who's talking and a big talker on the Sunday show circuit the president's 2014 budget and this budget in the first one of his new term.
Calls for entitlement reforms and even more tax hikes that -- parking great criticism from Republican lawmakers.
I think it does -- -- some modest.
Progress but you have to recognize the fact this budget was to move to two months late.
It raises taxes another.
Trillion dollars or contemplates that and it never bounces so I give the president credit that he did put this on the table.
But this -- I know Dick would agree with this -- CPI won't save social security and Medicare we've got to do more the president got 600 billion dollars in taxes in January.
And it's -- wrong thing to do to raise taxes another trillion dollars on top of the one point six trillion dollars I'm happy to talk any day but -- about any thing just about.
But I think president got his tax increase.
Democrats however saying that Republicans need to be open to all options if they want to get the economy back on track.
If in fact the Republicans are genuine and sincere about dealing with the budget deficit for goodness sakes we have to put everything on the table the president just did that.
The president stuck his neck out and I can tell you he's getting beaten up on the left by it.
Well I've said is the change CPI can be part of our effort to reform social security and make sure it had a 75 years of solvency.
That's what the president's aiming for -- that's what I'm aiming for.
But when Boehner speaker Boehner just dismisses us and said if the word taxes in there that Grover Norquist and I -- leaving.
You know that is no way to run a country it's no way to accept a bipartisan responsibility to deal with the steps.
The president's budget calls for one trillion dollars in higher taxes over a decade.
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