Tax debate becomes post-election issue that steers direction of Republican Party

Dec 1, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Fox News

The fiscal negotiations in Washington continue to divide congressional Republicans who now appear in the position of having to agree to some measure of tax increases to generate revenue to reduce the federal deficit.

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Wall Street Government

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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Tell your boy to offer a plan and not just verbal distractions. Is he going to lead, and are you going to keep holding his hand so he don't cry.
The only people crying are teabaggers, Grover and the Orange man.

Poor teabagger.
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Just like the necons before them, the teabagger nut jobs of the Republican party are doing a "butcher" job on America, all in the name of politics.
Party and Grover before people.
Amen. WE must redistribute all of Americas wealth to achieve the Progressive Goal of a Cuban Collectivist future for our Nation.

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Rob Johnston wrote:
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Like the butcher job the hard left did on honorable Democrats
All Democrats knew who Hillary was and his and made a choice between them.

The Democrats didn't whine for four years.
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Le Jimbo wrote:
House Speaker John Boehner said in a statement:
Obama = 332
Loser draft dodger =206.

Tax cut the two percent, not negotiable.
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Amen. WE must redistribute all of Americas wealth to achieve the Progressive Goal of a Cuban Collectivist future for our Nation.
Amen?

After over 30 years of "redistribution" of "Americas wealth" from the middle class to the "job creators" (Reaganomics) to achieve the republican corporatist utopia, is a dismal failure as is the man who implemented it.

Teabaggers don't mind corporate profits skyrocketing 300% but ask to pay just 3% more in taxes and they cry.

Poor teabagger.
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Wall Street Government wrote:
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Amen?
After over 30 years of "redistribution" of "Americas wealth" from the middle class to the "job creators" (Reaganomics) to achieve the republican corporatist utopia, is a dismal failure as is the man who implemented it.
Teabaggers don't mind corporate profits skyrocketing 300% but ask to pay just 3% more in taxes and they cry.
Poor teabagger.
Very well stated.

Corporate welfare is the really disgraceful waste of taxpayers' money.
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September 28, 2010

For several years, we the Tax payer have been giving tax breaks to corporations for shipping American jobs to other countries. The Democrats had proposed a Bill that would end that tax break and give a tax credit to those who create jobs here in the USA, but the Republicans said,“no”.


Yesterday, the Republicans in Washington prevented Congress from getting subpoena power to investigate BP’s oil spill. They obviously do not care that 11 people were killed on the oil rig or care about the oil spill itself. Rep. Joe Barton even apologized to BP earlier this year, and several Republicans have gone after President Obama for making BP pay for the spill and clean up with a $20 billion fund for those affected by the spill.


Today the Republicans stand with outsourcing jobs to other countries. The Republican Party has voted against every jobs Bill since President Obama took office, and Tea Party Folk blame the democrats for the lack of jobs.


Last week the Republicans took a stand on the Bush tax cuts saying that unless the tax cuts for the rich are extended, the tax cuts for the middle class and the poor will end.


Republicans last year said that they planned on slowing the economic recovery for our country in order to campaign against a bad economy, well they have succeeded.

The Republican “Party of No”, no jobs, no recovery, no health care, just say no.


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The only people crying are teabaggers, Grover and the Orange man.
Poor teabagger.
Obama Consults with MSNBC Hosts Sharpton, Maddow on Tax Rates... TELL US DIMWIT, WHAT ARE THESE CLOWN GOING TO DO ABOUT THE CLIFF AND TAX..........NOTHING. Tell your boy to get off the stage and back to work.

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Researcher wrote:
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Very well stated.
Corporate welfare is the really disgraceful waste of taxpayers' money.
True, after the election, who wants jobs.
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<quoted text>Obama Consults with MSNBC Hosts Sharpton, Maddow on Tax Rates... TELL US DIMWIT, WHAT ARE THESE CLOWN GOING TO DO ABOUT THE CLIFF AND TAX..........NOTHING. Tell your boy to get off the stage and back to work.
He already stated he going to raise them on the top 2%,Dumbshit.

As he should, if they aren't going to create U.S. jobs as Bush claimed they would, then to hell with them.

It's the teabagger plan that was soundly defeated by the American people.

Of course, teabaggers want to keep their gravy train going.

Republicans today stopped a vote that would end the tax breaks for corporations who outsource jobs to other countries. With the economy and jobs being the number one concern for Americans, the Republican obstructionists in Congress continue to support Wall Street and say no to Main Street.


For several years, we the Tax payer have been giving tax breaks to corporations for shipping American jobs to other countries. The Democrats had proposed a Bill that would end that tax break and give a tax credit to those who create jobs here in the USA, but the Republicans said,“no”.

Poor teabagger.

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Le Jimbo wrote:
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Obama consulted with America a month ago, ScrotumSniff and America said: let the tax cut expire for the two percent to expire.

The rich may have to pay more of their fair share.

It was in all the papers.
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<quoted text>Obama Consults with MSNBC Hosts Sharpton, Maddow on Tax Rates... TELL US DIMWIT, WHAT ARE THESE CLOWN GOING TO DO ABOUT THE CLIFF AND TAX..........NOTHING. Tell your boy to get off the stage and back to work.
You lost the election and you need to accept it..plain and simple...we are tired of hearing you cry !!!! Enough Said !!!!!
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WE heard enough from hearing you cry during the 8 years of GW so live with it! We did!
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The President is supposed to represent all Americans. Instead he represents the stupid, and the needy. He will soon run out of people to feed his tribe, then what?

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Cat74 wrote:
The President is supposed to represent all Americans. Instead he represents the stupid, and the needy.
I guess you can see he has no hard feelings, lying Cnt74.

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