View Full Version : Tax Cut Magic

11-15-2012, 05:50 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Tax Cut Magic
Posted on 11/13/2012 at 5:45 pm by JM Ashby

More evidence that the Republicans arenít going to change a bit.

From Senator Roy Bluntís (R-MO) appearance on Fox News this morning

BLUNT: I think, frankly, this is a great opportunity for the president to step forward, heís just been re-elected, he doesnít have to run for office again, and come up with a plan that actually can pass. And I think that means, donít do the across the board cuts, come up with a way to have really targeted cuts and look at ways to <u>increase revenue by one growing the economy, and two, maybe look at the tax code, just like Governor Romney suggested, you look at tax code and increase revenue without increasing taxes.</u>

<span style='font-size: 17pt'>Just like Governor Romney suggested! The same Governor Romney who just lost an election</span> while proposing that we increase revenue through osmosis. </div></div>

This is the theme. <span style='font-size: 17pt'><u>The election didn't happen.</u></span>

Just like GW Bush's Presidency!

Q....who are they kidding?

11-15-2012, 08:53 AM
Even major neo-con Bill Kristol said on Fox News Sunday that any tax deal would look more like an Obama plan than a Romney plan, because elections have consequences.

People in Congress have to maintain an opening position for the negotiations, is what I'd say about this. Doesn't mean they either believe it, or will stick with it, just that this is their opening position to try to leverage what limited power they may have.

Gayle in MD
11-15-2012, 08:56 AM
They are kidding themselves, some of them are, some of them have seen the light, and they are trying to get away from the BS, and take advantage of what they have learned from the election.

As long as the Republican Party continues to deny science, tries to dictate their religious views, demonizes broad segment sof our society, continues to create propaganda that is clearly an attempt to protect corporate crooks and thieves, in order to continue to get their bribes, they are going to continue to lose ground.

The way I see it, they are digging their graves deeper.

They lost. Their policies lost. The exit polls prove it.

The majority of the country is fully against their policies, particularly on raising taxes on the wealthy, birth control, economics in general ie. Trickle Down, foreign War Blustering, and domestic, people want their Medicare and Social Security.

Now, they are embarking on another pointless witch hunt about Benghazi. It's going to go nowhere. Another Republican POOR LOSER, political move, and it's going to fall flat on its face, just like Fast and Furious. Just like their "Birther" BS.
Just like their lies about job producers.
More wasted money.

They tried to exploit and spread that lie about raising taxes were job killing, for political purposes, while hiding the Congressional reposrts.

Now they're suggesting that the president wanted to get rid of Patraeus, and that he had been set up, when in fact, Patraeus will support everything the president, and Ms. Rice, have already been saying all along.

Poor Losers never look like anything but poor losers.

Romney is being called a liar, by the Republicans who have seen the light on the wall.

Ryan is denying that the president has a mandate to raise taxes on the wealthy. Lying and saying that his ideas have a mandate, a total absurd lie.

The Republican Party is imploding.


11-15-2012, 09:10 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">More evidence that the Republicans arenít going to change a bit.</div></div>Why should they when the left has declared they refuse to change?