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The rich are worried sick, but (tax) relief is on the way!

One of the main gripes about the Senate's plan to replace and repeal Obamacare is that it gives a humongous tax break to the wealthy.

This is true. The Senate bill would slash healthcare spending on the poor and elderly to finance a hefty tax cut that primarily would benefit rich folks in the top brackets.

Admittedly, it sounds sort of cruel -- "mean," in the president's own words -- but some of this talk is coming

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