Kyl Agrees To Payroll Tax Cut On One Condition

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  1. J.E.D
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    J.E.D What's tha matta?

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    You guessed it: Extend all of the Bush tax cuts. In other words, Republicans aren't serious about compromising. Big surprise.

     
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    It would be refreshing for once to see the pussies like Harry Reid and a good number of his fellow Democrats NOT cave on this one, as I fear they will shortly.
     
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    Agreed. I smell a temp extension around the corner. :frown:
     
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    That sounds like a compromise to me: each side gets something they want. Of course, when liberals talk about "compromise," what they really mean is that Republicans should bend over.
     
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    So agreeing to concede something to get what you would like isn't being serious about compromise?

    Our educational system really sucks.
     
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    In the liberal lexicon a "compromise" is when Republicans give up half of what they wanted but liberals give up nothing. My idea of a compromise would be to cut government spending by 40% rather than 90%.
     
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    So, one side gets everything while the other side (the working class) gets screwed.

    Not surprising.

    I just hope the Dems dont cave again. I'm sick of the GObP/pubs blackmailing the working class in order to give more to the 1%. And, its not like the rw voter has any sense about this. Jeeeez. They just mindlessly nod their heads, up and down, up and down.
     
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    Nope. Asking for a filet mignon in exchange for a bologna sandwich isn't serious compromise.
     
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    humm, so, lowering taxes, is it good or bad because you have me confused....Obama wants to extend a tax cut...and so does Kyle...:eusa_eh:


    and compromise?

    can you please tell me how much and from what depts/orgs the dems have agreed to cut, remembering at this very moment, (this year and las) every single dollar we spend, 40 cents is borrowed, I await your information, thank you.
     
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    So what your saying is the payroll tax reductions that Obama claims to support aren't going to help the "working class"?

    Who exactly will they help?
     

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