Robert Borosage

Co-Director, Campaign for America's Future

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Co-Director of the Campaign for America's Future, an organization of liberal and progressive Democrats, and Chair of ProgressiveCongress.org

Robert Borosage on KCRW

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Republicans and the Obama White House draw the battle lines for a political war over domestic spending.

Obama and the GOP

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