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Topic - Max Richtman
We should not be cutting Social Security and Medicare benefits to put our fiscal house in order," said Max Richtman, president of the National Committee to Protect Social Security & Medicare.
"I think Romney is trying to assure current beneficiaries he would not impact them, that it would be prospective," Mr. Richtman said. "I have a feeling that's why he's less scary than some of the others."