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GOP Strategic Retreat?

erick24 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 2:30 PM
"Conservatives should'nt be so hard on Boehner." Why not? He appears to only want to retain control of his party. The G.O.P. has rejected Constitutional Conservatism, the Tea Party Patriots. I voted for Obam-ney, but I will no longer support candidates like Bush, McCain, Obam-ney or anyone else who does not demonstrate their support for Constitutionally limited government, term limits on career politicians, rejection of fiat money, the bill of rights, separation of powers, rejection of state employee unionism, etc.
Republicans are divided. President Obama won't budge. And more and more, it looks like the fiscal-cliff deadline of Dec. 31 will be missed.

It's now clear that Team Obama wants higher tax rates and revenue-raising tax-deduction caps to meet their $1.6 trillion revenue target. Spending cuts and entitlement reforms are vague to nonexistent. In fact, it could be that Obama not only rejects the across-the-board budget sequester, but that he actively seeks to raise spending, not cut it.

I guess it stands to reason that if you puff up his $800 billion revenue increase from last year, and double it to...