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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Curtis Ellis
When it comes to Congress, the only number higher than voters' disapproval of its members is the rate at which they re-elect those same lawmakers. With sitting members of Congress backed by cash from Washington-based trade groups and party leaders, running against an incumbent traditionally has seemed like an exercise in futility.
Curtis Ellis, the group's spokesman, said AARP has raised questions about potential Medicare cuts in other states and, "It's a flat-out lie."
"County committeemen, people who depend on patronage from the party, government jobs. Those are the only people who participate, and they're going to pull the lever faithfully for who the party leaders tell them to vote for — and that will always be the incumbent," Mr. Ellis said.