The newGOPers Ignore The Clear Will Of The American Voters !

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  1. HUGGY
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    Funny how the day after the election results the headlines read "Fiscal Cliff!!!!!"

    Liars!

    Cheats!

    Theives!

    This so called impending catastrophy is totally manufactured by the republicans.

    The intend on fighting tooth and nail to save the "poor" rich from paying their fair share of the deficit.

    Ryan given responsibility to negotiate with dems.

    Forget what they want. There is no "cliff".

    Think 2014. Get the maggots out of the house in the mid terms!
     
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    I'm perfectly content to let the Dem tax increases become law. It's time the 47% learned what paying taxes is all about.
     
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    Yeah we know, with you guys it's always someone else's fault.
     
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    You are not the least bit suspicious that this jumped up THE DAY AFTER THE ELECTION as a huge immenent problem.
     
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    I have to agree. The clear will of the voters is for more free stuff. This was opposed by 48% of the voters. It's going to make for some interesting headlines as 48% of the voters start undermining and thwarting the clear majority.
     
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    Close the thread
     
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    Frankie loves a made up disaster. Don't anyone dare call bullshit on it.

    Thread stays. You are welcome to go away Frankie.
     
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    50.5% denotes divided will, not clear will. Let's just let everything expire, maybe congress will get the message to stop with the temp band aids and go for real soulutions.
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - it's a bump inna road dat makes ya go wheee! like dat lil' pig inna commercial when ya go over it...
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    The "fiscal cliff" isn't a cliff at all
    November 26, 2012, You're going to be hearing the phrase "fiscal cliff" a lot over the next few weeks: The phrase has emerged as a shorthand way to describe the combination of tax hikes and spending cuts set to start kicking in at the end of the year. Lawmakers are now feverishly negotiating over how to keep many of those spending cuts and tax increases from kicking in - to keep from what is often described as "going off the fiscal cliff."
     
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    Are you totally absolving the Republicans? You've got to realize that a large portion of the 47% are there BECAUSE OF the tax cuts. If the rates hadn't been lowered many more would be paying income taxes.
     

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