The whacko wingnuts are even shooting down their own budget proposals.

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    Re: The whacko wingnuts are even shooting down their own budget proposals.

    In response to 12-Angry-Men's comment:
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    In response to GreginMeffa's comment:

    so are republicans.




    Sooo, why are they rejecting this proposal by one of their own?

     

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    Because 70 percent of the jobs in the country are with small businesses.

    250k is too low.

    A family of 4 in metropolitan areas like NY and NJ struggle on that amount that is not "rich".

    Cut the taxes back to the Clinton I'd be fine with that, but also cut the spending back to those levels and watch the Democrats whine.

     
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    Re: The whacko wingnuts are even shooting down their own budget proposals.

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    Boehner confronts challenges not only from Democrats but increasingly from other Republicans, some of whom have advocated greater flexibility than their leadership on Obama's demand that Congress approve tax increases for the wealthy as well as extend tax cuts for the middle class as part of a deal to avoid the cliff.

    While Republicans are unhappy with the Obama's opening bid of deficit reduction measures, drawn mostly from previous presidential budget proposals, they are nervously eyeing the markets as well as polls indicating that the public is likely to blame Republicans if there is no deal at year's end to avoid the tax increases and severe spending cuts that economists say could tip the economy into a recession.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/11/30/usa-fiscal-obama-idUSL1E8MU10O20121130

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    There are those who believe that it might not be a bad idea just to let empty chair have what he wants because they say when he fails he then will no one else to blame.

    But, I don't belive that.

    He'll find someone to blame for his failures he always does.

     

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