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Bass disagreed, supporting repeal of the health care reform law and replacing it with other efforts to address tort reform and allow consumers to shop for insurance across state lines.
The two candidates found some common ground, opposing the Northern Pass energy project as it currently stands.
As the debate moved on, the candidates' disagreements extended to health care.
"Simply put, I represented people. Annie Kuster represented clients," said Bass, who served six terms in Congress from 1994 2006 before returning to office in 2010.
"The budget he has now voted for twice would increase taxes on the middle class all to give tax breaks to millionaires and billionaires," Kuster told the debate audience, referring to vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan's budget plan.
Rep. Charles Bass repeatedly referred to his Democratic opponent Ann McLane Kuster as a friend Wednesday night in a debate at WBIN TV. But throughout the session, the two challengers didn't strike a very amiable tone, attacking each other repeatedly over their differing political views and personal experience.
Bass focused more on his support for a bipartisan budget solution he helped to craft. The compromise, which earned only 38 votes in the House, proposed a series of spending cuts and increased revenues, based on the tenants of the bipartisan Simpson Bowles commission.
"I think we've taken the first step to provide access (to health care) for millions of families. But we can do much, much more to lower the costs," she said.
"We've got to be serious about the budget, and the Ryan budget is not serious about cutting deficits," she said.
The two contenders also agreed on their opposition to the troop surge in Afghanistan.
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"I believe that is the fundamental difference between the two of us," she said. "My heart is in this race for your lives."
Kuster, a Concord attorney and Democratic activist, challenged Bass' loyalties, accusing her opponent of representing business interests instead of middle class families in his time in Congress.
Kuster mentioned the Ryan budget throughout the debate, stressing Bass' votes in favor of the controversial spending plan as evidence of his failure to support working Americans.
Over the hourlong session, the candidates took opposing stances on taxes, health care, Social Security and the role of government in business, among a host of other issues facing voters in the 2nd Congressional District. . Rep. Charles Bass repeatedly referred to his Democratic opponent Ann McLane Kuster as a friend Wednesday night in a debate at WBIN TV. But throughout the session, the two challengers didn't strike a very amiable Prada Shoulder Bags
"Ultimately, that will be the framework, after this election is over, upon which the resolution of these issues will be cast," he said. "If we aren't willing to listen to one another, if we aren't willing to work together on big issues, America is not going to survive."
Kuster, who fell to Bass by about 3,500 votes in the 2010 race, offered her support for the Affordable Care Act, and pushed for more home based treatment and preventative care, to decrease costs on small businesses and other employers.
"It places a terrible burden on the economy of the North Country," Bass said, echoing Kuster's sentiments.
"What we don't need is to have a federal bureaucrat between you and your doctor," Bass said. "That's what this new health care law will do."
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To close the debate, Bass decried the contentious nature of the race, which has grown more aggressive in recent weeks.
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Bass said he was willing to consider raising the Social Security cap, along with other options to salvage the program. But any solution would require strong bipartisan cooperation, he said.
Over the hourlong session, the candidates took opposing stances on taxes, health care, Social Security and the role of government in business, among a host of other issues facing voters in the 2nd Congressional District.
"We need to bring the troops home," Kuster said. "We need a much more agile foreign policy and defense policy to stay ahead of these terrorist threats wherever they come from."
The budget proposal, which passed the House but never made it to the Senate floor, proposed to eliminate support for education grants and introduced a voucher option for Medicare, which could drive costs up for seniors, Kuster said.
On the issue of Social Security, Kuster suggested raising the cap on taxable income to maintain benefits and prevent the program from becoming insolvent.
"Medicare benefits don't have to be cut either," she said. "That's one of the most important issues I find as I go around the state."
Perhaps the fiercest exchange of the evening came when the two candidates attacked each other's personal experience and work history. representative, attacked Kuster over her time working as a lobbyist for health care and education, among other industry groups.
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