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Tim Geithner and the Return of Moon-Yogurt Accounting

rauljg69 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 4:28 PM
Yeah when you end every house bill with repeal Obamcare or make Bush tax cut permanent something tells me its going to get blocked in the senate. Every bill the GOP slaps an amendment to put something in that is a dealbreaker.
Riquochet Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 6:07 PM
If it is such a deal breaker, then bring the vote to the Senate floor, have the democrats vote it down and then you can start to negotiate it with member of the House. Hmmm, been working for 200+ years, why did you libbys stop the process now?

...BUT, you know what you said is a lie (or to lazy to find out the facts.) Dingy Harry is worried that THEY MIGHT ACTUALLY PASS. Or at least make the democrats look bad (well worst than normal) if they vote them down.

Good try, but we aren't one of your echo chamber pals...

Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner has had a rough few days.  Late last week, Sen. Mitch McConnell laughed in his face when he presented President Obama's breathtaking fiscal cliff "deal" -- which raises taxes by $1.6 trillion, abolishes the debt limit (!), spends tens of billions on a new stimulus (!!), and offers no specific or guaranteed spending reductions to speak of.  Then Geithner appeared on Fox News Sunday to defend the proposal, and things went...not so well.  When host Chris Wallace pilloried his claim of illusory "savings" on war spending, Geithner was flummoxed (via