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Boehner to Joint Select Committee: Concentrate on spending cuts, entitlement reform

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Post by Guest on Thu Sep 15, 2011 4:26 pm

Boehner took a swipe at the jobs bill offered up by President Obama, calling it "a poor substitute for the pro-growth policies that are needed to remove barriers to job creation in America."

Boehner said Washington just doesn't understand economics, saying private employers need the right incentives to hire workers.

"I can tell you the American people -- private-sector job creators in particular --- are rattled by what they've seen out of this town over the last few years," Boehner said.

"My worry is that for American job creators, all the uncertainty is turning to fear that this toxic environment for job creation is a permanent state.

"Job creators in America are essentially on strike."

Read more: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2011/09/15/Boehner-to-Joint-Select-Committee-Concentrate-on-spending-cuts-entitlement-reform/UPI-40231316110731/#ixzz1Y3Dj3h4I

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Re: Boehner to Joint Select Committee: Concentrate on spending cuts, entitlement reform

Post by Guest on Thu Sep 15, 2011 4:32 pm

Yes, because like the Bush Tax Cuts Extension (which didn't create jobs) dismantling the EPA and getting rid of Obama Care will create millions. This man lives in a world created by people who buy EVERYTHING. Why he can't understand that Americans are truly hurting and don't have the money to BUY anything but essentials is just more evidence of the Republican ignorance to real life and everyday problems of MOST Americans.

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Re: Boehner to Joint Select Committee: Concentrate on spending cuts, entitlement reform

Post by Guest on Thu Sep 15, 2011 4:34 pm

Here is a list of who pays Boehner:

http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cid=N00003675&cycle=2012&type=I&newMem=N&recs=100

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Re: Boehner to Joint Select Committee: Concentrate on spending cuts, entitlement reform

Post by stillnutty on Thu Sep 15, 2011 4:35 pm

Saw part of this on MSNBC. he also said changes to the tax cuts as a way to finance the jobs bill is basically OFF THE TABLE!

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Re: Boehner to Joint Select Committee: Concentrate on spending cuts, entitlement reform

Post by Guest on Thu Sep 15, 2011 4:50 pm

No surprise there nutty. People, we need to keep screaming. Otherwise they win. They think we don't hear this and don't care. Just check out the list of his contributors.

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Re: Boehner to Joint Select Committee: Concentrate on spending cuts, entitlement reform

Post by gettheminNOVEMBER on Thu Sep 15, 2011 4:58 pm

10 years 3 Trillion spent on tax cuts and we lost millions of jobs and they will still lie and fool the voters they are good for the country. What are you going to do? They have brainwashed the masses that the top 2% who are making record profit can't afford to pay 4% more. Corporations spend MILLIONS to fool people so they can make BILLIONS! AND WE PAY IT BACK!Frustrated

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Re: Boehner to Joint Select Committee: Concentrate on spending cuts, entitlement reform

Post by lendmeflight2 on Thu Sep 15, 2011 6:37 pm

I will make a prediction that I hope is wrong.

If the republicans take back the white house next year big business will all of a sudden choose to hire people. This will give the illusion that the republicans will have created jobs and fixed the economy. It goes along with my theory that big business is purposely not hiring in order to get a president more on their side.



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Re: Boehner to Joint Select Committee: Concentrate on spending cuts, entitlement reform

Post by gettheminNOVEMBER on Thu Sep 15, 2011 6:54 pm

lendmeflight2 wrote:I will make a prediction that I hope is wrong.

If the republicans take back the white house next year big business will all of a sudden choose to hire people. This will give the illusion that the republicans will have created jobs and fixed the economy. It goes along with my theory that big business is purposely not hiring in order to get a president more on their side.



Of course, they want to protect their tax breaks. The best way to do that is get Obama out of office and high unemployment is a way to do it. Unemployment has been weaponized!

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Re: Boehner to Joint Select Committee: Concentrate on spending cuts, entitlement reform

Post by Guest on Thu Sep 15, 2011 7:26 pm

gettheminNOVEMBER wrote:
lendmeflight2 wrote:I will make a prediction that I hope is wrong.

If the republicans take back the white house next year big business will all of a sudden choose to hire people. This will give the illusion that the republicans will have created jobs and fixed the economy. It goes along with my theory that big business is purposely not hiring in order to get a president more on their side.



Of course, they want to protect their tax breaks. The best way to do that is get Obama out of office and high unemployment is a way to do it. Unemployment has been weaponized!

It's like rotten fish, lendme, I have though of this so often, it wreaks of the Iran Hostage Takers and Reagan's Inauguration. Soon as he was sworn in, they were on a plane. I swear it's scripted. I hope I am wrong, because if not, Watergate was a sitcom compared to this conspiracy. I am not one given to the conspiracy theories, although I still don't believe the magic bullet idea, this is just wrapped too tightly for me. I cannot believe that a Congressional body of any party would even try to pull this off and believe they would not get caught, unless they think we are all idiots. But then, we can't get enough of the unemployed to really get out and scream. 25 million people, including the 99ers, if all screaming, would get somebody's attention, including the media. It would be the story of any reporters lifetime. Instead we talk about Bachman, Perry, Romney and Santorum, 14 months before the election because we won't scream loud enough as a collective body.

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