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No compromise in ‘fiscal cliff’ bill

January 4, 2013

As Congress approached the final hours before going over the so-called “fiscal cliff,” the House was faced with a difficult choice....

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Jan-05-13 5:27 PM

McKinley just because people buy you, doesn't mean they own you! Stand up for the right thing, the people you were elected to serve. If you are afraid to do the right thing then step aside and let someone who will do the job go to Washington. We all know the real reason why you voted against the Senate plan.

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Jan-05-13 11:26 AM

Will the unsolved financial crisis in this country eventually lead to a physically combative class war?

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Jan-05-13 9:43 AM

The real sad part of this legislation and the aid to storm damaged states if the "pork" that is added. Most of these are favors to get votes and have nothing to do with the issue at hand.

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Jan-04-13 5:54 AM

Hey McKinley, why didn't you vote on Boehner's plan B, How many cuts did it have in it? And why did you wait until the final hour to do anything about it?

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