In response to:

Congress Leaves Work for the Day

rmturn Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 9:35 PM
Why do the Democrats care about going over the fiscal cliff? This is the Democrat dream, higher taxes and lower military budgets.
SuperSam Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 9:43 PM

What the Dems have been doing with their class warfare "raise taxes on the rich" lie has been very harmful to America's economy; nobody in their right mind would open or expand business under such threat, unless they are getting a wink and a tax loophole from the Dems for donating to the DNC, as has quite a few companies while making record profits, and some even receiving rebate checks.
SuperSam Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 9:45 PM

Boehner has done a good job to date; only 2/3 of 1/3 the power while the Dems have 2/3 the power along with their lamestream pinko commie pig media in their corner.

Boehner and his colleagues have kept the Dems from raising taxes on working stiffs.

Whether anyone can prevent the Dems from allowing the Bush tax cuts to expire is another story.

Trust that the Dems will allow the Bush tax cuts to expire, which will hit the lowest tax bracket with the highest percentage of an increase, and kill half of every family's child credit deduction at a time they can least afford it. Then the Dems will do what they do best; lie and blame.

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...