Obama vs. Romney: How they'd tackle deficits

Obama vs. Romney: How they'd tackle deficits

Atlanta : GA : USA | Oct 03, 2012 at 9:50 AM PDT
Source: CNN
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The candidates and the fiscal cliff) Unfortunately, budget experts say, both candidates' plans fall short. "Obama's numbers are more realistic, but they don't get us very far," said Robert Bixby , who runs the Concord Coalition, a deficit watchdog group. "Romney's numbers get us a long way, but they... FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
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