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Very Last Word: A ‘teeny-tiny’ grand bargain

Richard Wolffe argued that revenues and entitlement reform might end up in a budget deal, but it might not be as "grand" as its label. Ryan Grim revisited the 47% tape to discuss Mitt Romney's characterizations of people who feel "entitled."
/ Source: The Last Word

Richard Wolffe argued that revenues and entitlement reform might end up in a budget deal, but it might not be as "grand" as its label. Ryan Grim revisited the 47% tape to discuss Mitt Romney's characterizations of people who feel "entitled."

On Wednesday’s Very Last Word, MSNBC’s Richard Wolffe argued that revenues and entitlement reform might end up in a budget deal, but it might be as “grand” as its label. The Huffington Post’s Ryan Grim revisited the infamous 47% tape to discuss Mitt Romney’s characterizations of those who feel “entitled.” And Lawrence O’Donnell discussed Lynne Osterman’s testimony in Minnesota’s House of Representatives, in which she revealed she voted in favor of DOMA for “political expediency” in 2004.