Screw the People, the House Needs to Campaign - Page 2
"If Democrats get out of town and send the message that they are prepared to raise taxes on small business people, family farms and investors, they do so at their own peril. It would be the latest signal that they haven’t got a clue when it comes to creating jobs and getting Americans back to work." This from Brad Dayspring, a spokesman for House Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.).
One can only hope that the Democrats wise up and get this bill passed. This bill is for the people. Let me put that in bold for the slower liberals, FOR THE PEOPLE. Remember that phrase?
Wouldn't you rather go back to your districts with good news? Be able to tell them you helped save their small business or their house with the tax cuts, while holding your hand out? Oh, that's right - it's not them you are asking from money for. It's the rich people, the ones the Dems want the tax cuts extended to. Right. Forgot that bit.
The Dems meet tomorrow to make the decision to close up shop early or not, for the sake of their districts - for the people that voted them into office - I hope they get this tax bill taken care of first. If not, it could spell doom for them no matter how hard they campaign.