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Eric Cantor: “I Do Not Support” the Fiscal Cliff Bill

SuperSam Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 8:03 PM
Dems; do nothing with the 30 House bills for 2 years now; not even a budget in over 3 years; yet Reid comes out with a last minute toxic bill nobody in their right mind would agree to, and Reid knows this. It is Reid's plan all along to do nothing, so he can later excuse why the Dems allowed the Bush tax cuts to expire, which will hit the lowest tax brackets with the highest percentage of tax increase, and at a time they can least afford it, as well knock out half of all family's child credit deduction. The worst part of this is our Chief Executive with zero executive experience has no friggin leadership capabilities at all, and Reid has been running the show for the lat two years. Before that it wad Reid and Piglosi...
SuperSam Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 8:04 PM

....... and no surprise that the economy is in the toilet with those arsewipes at the helm.

It’s going to be another long night. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor walked out of the GOP House conference meeting today saying that he does not support the Senate bill and a number of House Republicans have expressed serious concern with the lack of balance in the bill with regard to spending cuts. CBO figures put the ratio at 41:1—tax increases to spending cuts.

Brendan Buck, a spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner, said after today's first conference meeting that the lack of spending cuts in the Senate bill "was a universal concern amongst members in...