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Congress Leaves Work for the Day

Jim Oakland Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 12:53 AM
America's economy is going to crash and burn. The number one priority is to blame big government policies and rebuild with free market capitalism.
SuperSam Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 2:31 AM

It won't crash and burn. All that will happen is that more working stiffs will lose work, pay, and be taxed more; breaking more people down into the Dem's welfare dependency for votes program.

SuperSam Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 2:32 AM

And if that shiaat ain't stopped, correct; one day down the line............ TIMBER.

With the end of the day coming on Capitol Hill, there is still no new plan of action for dealing with the looming fiscal cliff. Senate leaders worked off stage today, but there will be no new proposals or votes until Sunday.

Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid adjourned work until tomorrow in order to allow time for Democratic and Republican leaders to negotiate a deal to present to the House tomorrow. House members officially return to work tomorrow in the hopes that they will have a new plan to work on. Taxes are set to increase on Tuesday and...