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Boehner on Obama Tax Plan: "You Can't Be Serious"

Allen200 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 4:00 PM
This archaic policy as you put it, forces the debate good or bad and brings the debt to the forefront. You however, are willing to give unfettered power to an ideological egotistical charlatan. Oh I see, when Barack Obama cries he is loving and sympathetic, when John Boehner cries, he is weak. Your post is a fools writing and I hope as Mcgovern wrote you write to create response; better than thinking you really believe this diatribe. George Bush was bad and Barack Obama is worse and two wrongs don't make a right.
The Obama Administration proposal to fix the "fiscal cliff" coming at the end of the year called for $1.6 trillion in tax hikes over current policy. House Speaker John Boehner said he was "flabbergasted" when presented with the proposal this week.

Boehner tells "Fox News Sunday" that after Geithner briefed him privately on Thursday, he looked at Geithner and said, "You can't be serious." Boehner called it "silliness" that the White House was, among other things, asking Congress to give up its power to set the nation's debt limit.

Earlier today, Geithner insisted that the Obama...