They're still full of it. David Gregory admirably insists they give specifics. They cannot. They will not. They are fiscal frauds. Maybe at some point, the voters will realize this. Maybe even before November. These are the people who doubled the debt in eight years of growth. And they want to go back to the very same policies that made that happen.

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