Republicans have shown us the power of pulling together. As we go into fiscal discussions and negotiations, Democrats, please pull together with our party leader, Barack Obama. We can pick internal battles later.
REPUBLICANS: STILL NOT READY FOR DIVERSITY
Instead of reducing government to a size where we can "drown it in a bathtub," it appears that Grover's tax pledge might be circling the drain.
The People spoke -- will Republican Party politicians really listen?
Raw Story: Former Bush campaign advisor Matthew Dowd on Sunday slammed anti-tax activist Grover Norquist, blaming his organization for GOP obstruction in Congress. Dowd said on ABC’s This Week that every member of Congress knew — but refused to admit — that the federal deficit could only be lowered by raising tax rates on the wealthy, cutting defense spending and reforming entitlement programs like Medicare.
The consumer is the true job creator -- not the one-percent business owners who hoard their profits instead of fairly compensating their workers.
“The more that we can have a conversation about the employer role, it takes business, it takes government, it takes individuals to sort of create a social contract, a middle class in this country, and employers have simply walked away from that bargain,” and from accountability, said Heather McGee, vice president of policy and outreach of Demos.
Republicans are using the fiscal cliff to extract payback for all the “gifts” President Obama has given to Americans.
Before Americans have even finished digesting their Thanksgiving turkey, the holiday shopping season will have officially begun. But according to Mitt Romney, Christmas came early for those who voted for Barack Obama. The failed Republican presidential nominee and latter-day Scrooge told donors…
Published on Nov 26, 2012 by SamSeder