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riverwalker

(8,694 posts)
Fri Nov 16, 2012, 12:52 PM Nov 2012

Mitch McConnell: "we are prepared to put revenue on the table"

Boehner, Pelosi and McConnell just stepped up to mic on MSNBC.
Mitch is like the 8 year old bully marched over to neighbors house by his mother and forced to apologize with her pulling on his ear "go on Billy, tell Mrs. Watson you sorry for what you did to her flowers, go on, tell her!"

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Mitch McConnell: "we are prepared to put revenue on the table" (Original Post) riverwalker Nov 2012 OP
Do any of these fuckers have a JOBS program? n/t leftstreet Nov 2012 #1
I love your metaphor. Jackpine Radical Nov 2012 #2
When a republican talks about revenue, he's only talking about closing loopholes. sadbear Nov 2012 #3
Yup, raise the payroll tax...n/t Blue Meany Nov 2012 #4
He better get with the program. hrmjustin Nov 2012 #5
Spam deleted by gkhouston (MIR Team) Dubster Nov 2012 #6

Jackpine Radical

(45,274 posts)
2. I love your metaphor.
Fri Nov 16, 2012, 12:55 PM
Nov 2012

Unfortunately, this is maybe the first step in the Grand Bargain that could put SS on the block.

I have this ringing echo in my ears about Obama saying that he and Willard "aren't that far apart" on SS.

There needs to be a huge public outcry if there appear to be any moves in that direction.

sadbear

(4,340 posts)
3. When a republican talks about revenue, he's only talking about closing loopholes.
Fri Nov 16, 2012, 12:56 PM
Nov 2012

Don't give them any credit for that.

 

hrmjustin

(71,265 posts)
5. He better get with the program.
Fri Nov 16, 2012, 01:06 PM
Nov 2012

I think he will have a primary and a strong general election challenger.

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