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On Revenues, Obama Has Just Begun To Fight

Chicago Undercover Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 12:36 PM
Since we're going to govern by subjective definitions and emotional triggers, who gets to dictate what "fair" means? Seems like any one group defining something that holds to both parties, defeats the entire concept of fair. Unless, of course, both parties have a predetermined agreement as to the exact definitions and rules of engagement. Since we do not, then we must understand that they do not want FAIR, they want the results that THEY deem fair - e.g. their desired outcome. Anything less than their way, is.....unfair. You simply cannot logic with these let's stop trying. I say, dig in your heels and shut this MoFo down in March. And let it STAY shut down until spending cuts are enacted. Period.
BuffaloBillie Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 4:19 PM
Until the Republicans get rid of Boehner and McConnell, we conservatives will NEVER have a voice. Both of them have lost theirs - if they EVER had one!

We cannot spend ourselves into prosperity and all the Washington talking heads know that. They're after socialism/communism and it's coming surely as the sun tomorrow morning.

God, help us and bless America!
johnm h Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 2:21 PM
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell tells us the tax issue is behind us and that we can now move on to spending. Really? What makes him think the GOP will succeed this time when it couldn't last time?

The just-concluded fiscal cliff deal included no material spending cuts, which the GOP justified by saying it had achieved locked-in rates for most of Bush's tax cuts, which would force Obama to seriously discuss spending cuts and entitlement reform as part of the upcoming debt ceiling negotiations.

But a White House memo announcing the deal said that postponing the sequester for two months "will give...