Americans Still Don’t Want to Cut Anything We Actually Spend Money On

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Even after weeks of serious debate over our serious debt crisis, a Washington Post/ABC News poll shows that cutting Medicare, Medicaid, or military spending — but especially Medicare — is still unpopular with the American public. The only measure getting majority approval? Raising taxes on people making over $250,000 a year, which received 72 percent support and is part of President Obama's debt-reduction "framework." [WP]