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Conservatives Kicked Off Budget Committee to "Get a Deal"

Icthelite Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 4:34 PM
That’s some gift I’d say. We put our money in their banks, they use it to make more money for themselves, they charge us to keep it there, they charge us to take it out when we need it and they enforce heavy fines on us if we don’t do things the way they want them done. Or what if every taxpaying American, Mom and Pop business and small corporation, before April 15th, filled for the maximum extended time allowed before sending in the taxes they owed? Do you think the delay of getting those monies would get the attention of those on Capitol Hill? More Below...
Icthelite Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 4:37 PM
How many ways are there that we the people could make things as uncomfortable for the folks on Capitol Hill as they want to make it for us? How many ways are there that we can slow down the needed revenues they have to collect from us?
What would happen if the entire American work force were to go on sttrike against our government? What do you union folks think?

It's official. Two of the most conservative Republicans in the House have been kicked off of the House Budget Committee by Speaker John Boehner.

Representatives Tim Huelskamp of Kansas and Justin Amash of Michigan - both favorites of the anti-tax Tea Party movement - are among those Republicans voting most often against House Speaker John Boehner.

Huelskamp and Amash, who both will begin second terms in the House next month, voted against last year's deal to raise the federal debt limit and staunchly oppose any tax increases. Boehner has now included new revenue in...