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    Default Republicans vote to raise taxes

    The party of NO continues its outrageous neglect of the will of American citizens. And the party of Patsies continues its policy of cave in. Neither is surprising. This practice of allowing a threat of filibuster to suffice to halt legislation has to stop. The spineless dems need to make the Republicans exercise their filibuster and stand up and explain to America why it is they want to raise taxes on the middle class.

    http://www.politicsdaily.com/2010/12/04/senate-republicans-block-tax-cut-plan-that-leaves-out-high-earner/?icid=main|netscape|dl1|sec1_lnk1|188120

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    Nice spin. 180 degrees from the truth. I'm not surprised. It's all Bush's fault!

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    The headline should read:

    Republicans stood together with a few democrats to prevent obama and lame duck democrats from raising taxes on all United States taxpayers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by depittydawg View Post
    The party of NO continues its outrageous neglect of the will of American citizens. And the party of Patsies continues its policy of cave in. Neither is surprising. This practice of allowing a threat of filibuster to suffice to halt legislation has to stop. The spineless dems need to make the Republicans exercise their filibuster and stand up and explain to America why it is they want to raise taxes on the middle class.

    http://www.politicsdaily.com/2010/12/04/senate-republicans-block-tax-cut-plan-that-leaves-out-high-earner/?icid=main|netscape|dl1|sec1_lnk1|188120

    That is a flat out LIE.....and YOU know it.

    Your party got bitch slapped in the Nov elections and you are too stoopid to understand.

    We'll fix it in '12.


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    This post is just like all of dippy's posts. Pure BS. He's not bright enough to figure it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gman0046 View Post
    ...He's not bright enough to figure it out.
    agree.....
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    Which administration passed the law raising taxes in 2011? Why did they do it. Answer that question honestly and there is a reasonable basis for discussion of options now. Personally, I hope the stalemate on this issue lasts forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YardleyLabs View Post
    Which administration passed the law raising taxes in 2011? Why did they do it. Answer that question honestly and there is a reasonable basis for discussion of options now. Personally, I hope the stalemate on this issue lasts forever.
    You know better, or should.

    The tax breaks end Dec 31st, 2010.
    No vote, taxes go up.

    And that creates jobs how????



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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    You know better, or should.

    The tax breaks end Dec 31st, 2010.
    No vote, taxes go up.

    And that creates jobs how????



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    Couldn't bring yourself to answer a simple question, could you? What a surprise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YardleyLabs View Post
    Couldn't bring yourself to answer a simple question, could you? What a surprise.
    Neither could you, but I wouldn't have read your customary 6 paragraphs of BS anyway!!

    Unemployment is what....9.8%????

    Raising taxes creates JOBS how????


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