Episode

3/4 Jonathan Alter: On His Calls For Dems To Embrace Entitlement Cuts

March 4, 2013

Blommberg View Jonathan Alter, argued that cutting entitlements will guard investment in discretionary spending, guess how Sam felt about that argument? Sam and Jonathan debated whether or not CPI was a cut and agreed that the wealthy should pay more taxes.

On The Better Half: The Romney’s remerge to whine, why haven’t all members of the progressive caucus committed to not cutting entitlements?Time editor acknowledges that we are all on welfare and your calls and IMS.

And keep the conversation going on the morning thread!

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