With Just Days Until The 'Fiscal Cliff,' Speaker Boehner Is Still In Ohio
After failing to even bring his "Plan B" to avert the "fiscal cliff" to a vote before the House adjourned for Christmas, Speaker John Boehner now insists that the "Senate must act" first to resolve the crisis. Though the Senate is in session, Boehner and members of the House will not return to the Capitol until Sunday, a day before tax rates rise and spending cuts begin to go into effect. Find out Senator Reid's reaction to Boehner's comments.
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Well, it looks like as long as there is a budget before any rich person suffers that would be fast enough for the Leadership of the Current Republican Party. This--This is Why This Independent sounds so much like a Democrat.
Fare Thee Well, Ms. Lisa Jackson--Now to the business of her replacement--We Need A Fighter In That Most Challenging Job--I do not know whether Former Congressman Dennis Kusinich is the best qualified or if I spelled his name correctly or not--Bur I do know He Is A Fighter and He is between jobs at the moment--what the Middle Classes call-Unemployed. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY--HE WAS MY CONGRESSMAN AND HE IS A FIGHTER--THIS IS WHY I HOPE THAT HE IS UNDER SERIOUS CONSIDERATION FOR EPA ADMINISTRATOR.