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Obama Wants Higher Revenues and Rates

far2right Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 8:08 AM
"The debate looks to be about higher revenues and rates, not a true compromise" This is not a compromise at all. A compromise is when BOTH sides give something. This deal is 0bama coming to the Republicans demanding both higher taxes and more spending. 0bama is following Alinksky's Rules for Radicals by the book. You demand 100% and settle for 30%, which is better than what you had before. And you give nothing in return. And Boehner is too stupid to see thru it.
Joesolis Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 9:30 AM
And then come back for more the next time.

-- "Two steps forward, one step back" --
Right after the election, it was all peaches and cream and conciliatory common-ground language when President Obama met with congressional leaders to discuss the fiscal cliff. Of course, the president campaigned on tax hikes for the rich, by which he meant raising top income-tax rates and extending the Bush tax cuts for incomes below $200,000. And the president’s first meeting post-election was with his union and liberal-interest-group supporters, all of whom want to raise the top rates and then some. But instead, the newly reelected president spoke about “new ideas,” as long as they provided a balance of spending cuts and...