Fund: Transparency: Walk the Walk, Mr. President
Tax increases that will weaken the economy could be combined with spending cuts that never materialize in an agreement that will leave many Republicans - especially those who have signed the "no net new taxes" pledge promoted by Americans for Tax Reform - vulnerable to public outrage, and indeed to primary challenges in the midterm elections.
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#1 Nov 26, 2012
Walk the walk republicans. Stop being purely obstructionists and get on board with the rest of the country with honest cooperation. A "My way or the highway" signed document is not cooperation.
#2 Nov 26, 2012
since jamie foxx called obama the 'lord and saviour' all obama needs to do is wave his hands, turn water to wine, do the jesus thing and all will be right in the world. don't need no congress or senate for that, what's the hold up with the black messiah fixing it all with miracles?
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