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    Re: Boehner to Bring Debt Ceiling to Vote Without Policy Attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    If you want to find them go ahead and find them. Are you really going to read the bill? I doubt you will but if you think my sources are simply making stuff up then you yourself can go find the bills.
    I have no interest in chasing down your pipe dreams and hopes that you can find a bill that maybe some conservative proposed a tax hike in order to try and make your point whatever that is. There is no bill to increase taxes on anyone on the books from any conservative so until that happens you have absolutely nothing. Too bad you don't have the same passion for your own party and the disaster that it is including the legislation on the books that have led to the disastrous economic results we have today.

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    Re: Boehner to Bring Debt Ceiling to Vote Without Policy Attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    I have no interest in chasing down your pipe dreams and hopes that you can find a bill that maybe some conservative proposed a tax hike in order to try and make your point whatever that is.
    Its not a pipe dream as my sources showed.

    There is no bill to increase taxes on anyone on the books from any conservative so until that happens you have absolutely nothing. Too bad you don't have the same passion for your own party and the disaster that it is including the legislation on the books that have led to the disastrous economic results we have today.
    Wrong my sources say otherwise.


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    Re: Boehner to Bring Debt Ceiling to Vote Without Policy Attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    Its not a pipe dream as my sources showed.



    Wrong my sources say otherwise.
    And we know your sources are never wrong? What is the bill number, who sponsored it, and what was the vote? Congressional record!!

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    Re: Boehner to Bring Debt Ceiling to Vote Without Policy Attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    And we know your sources are never wrong? What is the bill number, who sponsored it, and what was the vote? Congressional record!!
    This is how i know you are desperate. Click on the links in the articles! Did you even look at the articles?


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    Re: Boehner to Bring Debt Ceiling to Vote Without Policy Attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    This is how i know you are desperate. Click on the links in the articles! Did you even look at the articles?
    I did but apparently you didn't as you read the headlines but not the article

    House Republicans called the report premature and unfair. For example, it assumes that Republicans would maintain lower rates for capital gains and dividends — which disproportionately benefit the very wealthy — a long-standing part of GOP tax orthodoxy. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has said he would preserve the lower rates for the wealthy and eliminate taxes on investment income for the middle class.

    However, the budget blueprint the House passed this spring sets no such conditions on tax reform, and Ryan spokesman Conor Sweeney said Republicans “are open to changes to those rates.”

    GOP aides noted that the report assumes that major tax breaks such as the mortgage interest deduction would be eliminated. But some Republicans have argued that similar savings could be achieved by trimming the breaks, perhaps by limiting them for wealthy households, as Ryan suggested in a recent interview with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News.

    “There is a saying about why you shouldn’t assume things, but I will just politely suggest that the actual tax writers would probably write a different bill than the staff at JEC,” said Sage Eastman, a senior adviser to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (Mich.), who is leading the Republican tax-reform effort.

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