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November 16th, 2011
04:57 PM ET

Supercommittee Deadline Looms

Brooke Baldwin talks to Bob Cusack of "The Hill" regarding the Supercommittee's November deadline. The Supercommittee is tasked with identifying $1.2 trillion in U.S. budget cuts. A recent CNN poll indicates that few Americans have confidence  in the Supercommittee's ability to achieve its goal.


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  1. Frederick C. Bronson

    Congress has seen that us Americans do not have the staying power to snee things we have lost our back bone and have gotten use to being taken care of. They will do nothing just keep spending and giving our money away while lining their pockets. We need to take our government back".................
    Frederick Bronson NC

    November 16, 2011 at 6:05 pm |
  2. Mrs. Eileen Curras

    Like everything in this hectic life. All is control by greed and politics. The Supercommitte is a victim to it too and the Deadline Looms close by. When we will put the interest of citizens first and not the political agenda?

    November 17, 2011 at 6:53 am |
  3. Frederick C. Bronson

    We have become so dependent on Washington dishing out money we have forgotten how to take care of our self, how many could plant a garden, kill and prepare supper, mow your own lawn.. THATS Why he have the illegal Hispanic problem, that's why we keep ask other to fund us getting further into the hole, what's going to happen when we can not even pay the interest without getting it from some one else. We need to take responsibility kick out the Illegals, mow are own lawn, clean our own house, take away welfare and have every one work to pay their way. We are going to get bit in the butt, if we don't smarten up..............
    Frederick Bronson Durham, nc

    November 17, 2011 at 4:56 pm |

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