Obama Will Not Compromise On Bush tax cuts

November 12, 2010


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One Response to “Obama Will Not Compromise On Bush tax cuts”

  1. John55 on November 18th, 2010 5:18 pm

    Problem is supply and demand
    Jobs are not being produced fast enough to climb out of the current situation we are in.
    If the TARP fund had not been created where would we be?
    Depending on who you talk to..specifically speaking the “Tea Party” we would be in a better place..I guess when you start at the bottom there is no other place to go but up.
    Now as I watch C-Span I see that Democrats in the House have tried to introduce legislation extending additional teirs of un-employment..and has decided to bring the bill up during regular procedures..which means in effect it wil die on the House floor.
    There goes another 4 million that will lose their benefits at the end of the month.
    The comming fight..
    First of all..you have to believe that either party cares…and they don’t.
    It just seem strange to me that when corporate America gets their taili in a crack Cangress can’t move fast enough to help them.

    Case in Point..
    9/11
    The fires were not even out at “ground zero” and the Airlines were POUNDING on the White House doors seeking immunity…and they got it…at a blistering pace.
    Recently..
    AIG, Bank of America, GM, Chrysler, Ally Fanny and Freddie…
    When they needed their money the ink was not even dry on the check before they got it.
    The American People.
    You need us to work quicker?? Well we have to send it to committee, analize it, run it through the “spin cycle” and then we’ll get back to ya.
    At the end of the day, the 2 per-centers will get their tax break, the un-employed will not get the extension, and we will march on as President Obama moves toward the middle.
    He’ll give up the fight…or nothing will get done for the next 2 years.

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