Romney and Obama now fight for edge on Medicare
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. – The jobs-and-economy election suddenly seems all about Medicare – for now, at least.
Republican Mitt Romney is embracing a topic his party usually approaches gingerly. He is taking a calculated risk that voters’ worries about federal deficits and the Democrats’ health care overhaul have opened the door for a robust debate on the solvency of Medicare, the insurance program for retirees.
President Barack Obama is welcoming the conversation, which has temporarily taken attention from the weak economic recovery.
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