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Obama / Jobs Address / A Discussion #1001661

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 08, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala, Erin Burnett, former Bush speechwriter David Frum and "Wall Street Journal" writer Stephen Moore about President Obama's address on the economy. [BEGALA - offers a view of the earlier stimulus plan that worked, but did not do enough.] [MOORE - says government plans have been thrown at the recession without results: notes the debt is the problem; indicates a big tax increase is bearish for the economy.] [BURNETT - offers views on taxes to fund the bill.] [FRUM - says the markets are not so worried about America's debt and the biggest problem is jobs; criticizes what the administration did in 2009; notes there is a possibility to deal with the jobs crisis.]
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