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Responses to debt deal range from angry to angrier

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LOS ANGELES — From the right and center: mild disgust. From the left: outright anger.

Americans showed a range of emotions and responses to the debt-limit deal President Barack Obama and top leaders of Congress struck Sunday, but nearly none of them were positive. Except perhaps relief that the weeks of wrangling were finally over.

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