US Politics Obama Years Public date: 25.02.2019 20:17:58

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23 Nov 2010

Sin and Taxes – NYTimes.com

Some Republicans have been talking honestly about cutting entitlement spending, but almost no Republican seems willing to accept tax increases as part of a bipartisan budget deal. You could offer Republicans a deal that was 80 percent spending cuts and 20 percent tax increases and they d say no. They d say no to 90-10, too.
Some Republicans have been talking honestly about cutting entitlement spending, but almost no Republican seems willing...

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20 Nov 2010

Standoff in Final Weeks of 111th Congress

Empowered by their election gains, Congressional Republicans are giving little ground to President Obama and weakened Democrats in the final weeks of the 111th Congress, imperiling Democratic efforts to pass major tax and spending legislation, unemployment aid and a nuclear nonproliferation treaty among other issues.
Empowered by their election gains, Congressional Republicans are giving little ground to President Obama and weakened...

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