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Congress Leaves Work for the Day

walls1 Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 4:33 PM
No matter how much the Republicans agree or disagree with the President, THEY WILL GET BLAMED REGARDLESS. So go for broke and stand your ground. Do what is right for the country.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 1:42 PM
Never happen with this bunch of gutless wonders, they care more for their own selfish power than they do for the America people who gave them the House mandate TWICE. They are so afraid of the FIFTH COLUMN media they will kowtow to the usurper's demands. We will see if we have enough
strong conservatives newbies from this year and 2010 to oust the Spineless Speechless Speaker John BARACK O"Boehner on January 3. Or maybe if there aren't enough we will see some special orders by he rebels. John BARACK has NO right to privately negotiate privately, it should be up front and on C Span. He has the POWER OF THE PURSE and if he ever had the guts to use it, instead of whining maybe we'd get some results. Where in the Constitution does it
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 1:44 PM
give the Senate the power of the purse..why should Weasel Reid and Squishy McConnell get to negotiate with the Selected one? They should NOT deal with him ever, they do not have the constitutional POWER OF THE PURSE, but then with a moral coward like John BARACK
I guess someone has to step up. This negotiation is like dealing with the devil.

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...