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  • sstail94 sstail94 Nov 30, 2012 10:27 AM Flag

    Month ending and Santa Rally is here

     

    The Senate can't pass any bill to gather revenues. That is the sole responsibility of the House. Check the Constitution in case you think otherwise. The sham is on again I see. The senate is nothing more than a smoke screen thrown up to make it look like the Dems are doing something. Phony, fake, lies and obfuscation is all that is.

    Maybe if you actually knew how Government worked you wouldn't show your ignorance. The shame is on yourself for propagating such ignorance.

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      Regardless, the Senate bill was passed by the majority of Senators. In fact the bill passed the Senate Finance Committee (13 Dem & 11 GOP) by a bipartisan count of 19 to 5:

      Meanwhile, on Thursday (Aug 2, 2012), the Senate Finance Committee passed the Family and Business Tax Cut Certainty Act of 2012, bipartisan legislation to extend tax cuts that have expired or will expire at the end of this year for American families and businesses. The committee approved the bipartisan bill by a vote of 19-5.

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        By sstail94 . 2 minutes 2 seconds ago . Permalink

        ROTFALMAO! Regardless? Regardless of what? What don't you get? It's meaningless. All revenue MUST originate in the House. You're a hopeless case. Twisting in the wind and trying to distort the facts does not change a thing.

        LOL! now you are saying that the $trillions in budget deficits were all the fault of the House members alone?

 
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