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AIR DATE: November 29, 2011

Of course, the collapse of the supercommittee seemingly kicks the issue of deficit reduction or tax increases down the road and right into the 2012 election. But was it accidental? Was the supercommittee almost certainly doomed to failure? And has it left the Democrats or the Republicans in better shape? What role did Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have in all this?
 
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Karoun Demirjian, Washington reporter, LV Sun

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