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Politics: Health Care #979108

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 05, 2010
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(Studio: Randi Kaye) The political complaints that President Obama focussed on health care rather than jobs and the economy noted. [March 13, Senator Scott BROWN; July 20, October 15, 2009, Representative John BOEHNER; April 10, Senator Jon KYL; July 21, 2009, Representative Peter HOEKSTRA; January 31, Governor Haley BARBOUR; October 27, 2009, Representative John CAMPBELL - say they focused on health care rather than jobs.] Poll findings on jobs noted. The Republican push to turn back the administration's health care legislation noted. [November 2, Representative Eric CANTOR; November 4, BOEHNER; November 4, Representative-elect Chip CRAVAACK†, Representative Devin NUNES†- want to repeal Obamacare.]

(Studio: Randi Kaye) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and Tea Party co-organizer Dana Loesch about politics, health care and the economy. [BEGALA - says Republicans will try to repeal health care legislation, but they know they can't do it; hopes Obama will offer ways to create jobs.] [LOESCH - says health care is tied to jobs for the Democrats; states Republicans need to go whole hog on this.] [BEGALA, LOESCH - bicker over health care reform.]

Kaye, Randi

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