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January 01, 2013

House GOP leery of fiscal cliff fix

House Republicans have yet to schedule a vote on the Senate's fiscal cliff bill -- with Eric Cantor coming out opposed to the measure.

Boehner and Cantor "laid out options to the members and listened to feedback," said Boehner spokesman Brendan Buck, adding that "the lack of spending cuts in the Senate bill was a universal concern amongst members.

Bottom line: stay tuned.


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Thomas Nass

I would strongly recommend that the boys and girls of the senate and congress pay particular attention to that part of the “Pledge of Allegiance” that states: “One Nation INDIVISIBLE.....”. Because it sure doesn’t look like this part of the “Pledge” has any meaning for them!The Republican Party appears to be the 3D Party: DELAY-DECEIVE-DIVIDE!
To paraphrase Lincoln: “A Nation Divided within itself can not long endure!”
Tom Nass - 5th Marine Division WWII

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