Scarborough: Social Security Isn’t the 3rd Rail of American Politics; Health Care Is

‘You could go back to 1993, Hillary Clinton getting pounded when she tried to address health care’

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SCARBOROUGH: "Frank, isn't -- I mean, it is -- it’s remarkable how history doesn’t repeat itself but it rhymes, and this is almost a perfect rhyming of 2009." 
BRUNI: "In what way, what do you mean?" 
SCARBOROUGH: "Well, just health care, it was the Democrats that were on the run in 2009 getting pounded."
BRUNI: "Right. Right."
SCARBOROUGH: "You could go back to 1993, Hillary Clinton getting pounded when she tried to address health care. You know, you always hear that Social Security is the third rail of American politics -- not anymore, health care --"
BRUNI: "Yeah."
SCARBOROUGH: "-- is the third rail of American politics." 

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