Sen. Al Franken says a projected seven additional years of solvency for Medicare are a result of revenues and savings directly caused by Obamacare.
The decision is only a victory for those who think international trade is a zero-sum game.
The GOP Senate hopeful dismissed the yard signs as a political stunt and emphasized his support for mining in northern Minnesota.
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The GOP’s U.S. Senate candidate is not impressed that the U.S. economic recovery is stronger than most other wealthy industrialized nations.
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The GOP’s U.S. Senate candidate cites an ad Al Franken put out about Social Security in 2008.
The GOP’s U.S. Senate candidate is also open to Social Security fixes, but wasn’t willing to say what measures he would endorse to extend the solvency of the Social Security Trust Fund.
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