Maddow on Obama's Budget Speech: 'Unexpectedly Satisfying'

After a slightly odd/convoluted budget-'Three's Company' analogy, Rachel Maddow got down to brass tacks on the President's budget speech. She broke down the GOP plan about the health costs in the budget - 'the government should just stop paying its share of [health care] costs, and let poor people and old people and disabled people, let them just pay more for it on their own' -- then pointed out that Obama noted this, and called his speech 'unexpectedly satisfying.' Watch:


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AlterNet / By Julianne Escobedo Shepherd

Posted at April 14, 2011, 5:31am