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Fiscal Cliff Deadline Looms, Still ‘Significant Distance’ Between the Two Sides

Henry VIII Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 11:36 AM
HarryReidAllAmerican Wrote: 9 minutes ago (11:19 AM) "CUT THE SPENDING FIRST. " No thank you. Look libturd, it's really very simple; you can't spend more than you take in, and you can't keep dipping in the same well....it will dry up. We have a spending problem; it doesn't matter what you and your libturd friends think they are entitled to....we don't have the money. The tax payers of this country are suffering from chronic high unemployment, a stagnant economy, inflation, and are appreciable poorer than they were four years ago.....your messiah's ideology fails every time it's tried....time to admit your wrong, and change course.
Normal Frank Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 11:51 AM
The problem with dopes like NAMBLA Harry and the moron MAST is that they don't understand the concept of outflows cannot exceed inflows. A concept anyone who has balanced their checkbook or passed 2nd grade math could understand.
HarryReidAllAmerican Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 11:50 AM
Barack and Harry will not change course. The left has a mandate to finish its work.
Quintus_T_Cicero Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 11:55 AM
Simplecaveman Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 12:09 PM
Of course not. Government comes first to socialists, not matter how much they destroy prosperity and individual freedom.
MudontheTires Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 1:10 PM
"The left has a mandate to finish its work."

Since whe has the left ever been honest about what it's "work"is? You can't have a mandate unless you're honest about your goals and the progs have never come out and told the American people "We are going to turn America into a Communist Country".

 

The new year is fast approaching and there’s still “significant distance between the two sides,” according to Harry Reid. However, he also said there’s still time to reach an agreement. The House Rules Committee approved a rule that would allow the chamber to immediately consider a Senate deal—although, with less than 24 hours left to strike a deal, time is quickly running out. The Senate will reconvene at 11am.

Where negotiations stand (via The Hill): 

Leaders in the upper chamber narrowed their differences Sunday as Republicans agreed to drop a demand to...

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