Josh Marshall pens the following sentence:

Let's not forget that all the available public opinion data suggests the public either opposes this or considers it a low priority relative to job creation and other priorities. There's really not more to say than that.

Really? The actual merits of a massive, out of control, entitlement-fueled debt are not worth even talking about?

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