Republicans in Favor of Blocking Democratic Legislation Until Tax Cuts
The valiant Republicans have joined hands once again as they sign a letter, vowing to resent any form of Democratic Legislation, until the chamber has extended the Bush tax cuts. That’s not all; the chamber is expected to approve the spending bill so that the government can be maintained in a running condition.
Over 42 members of the GOP have signed on the letter, it’ll be sent to Mr. Harry Reid, the Senate Majority Leader, warning him that matters will be brought to a standstill until and unless a prompt action is taken.
Concentrating on one issue means that others will be promptly neglected. On the bright side, at least the house is doing something. On a serious note, it’d mean repealing the military policies of banning gays from service, and such other issues.
The letter said, “While there are other items that might ultimately be worthy of the Senate’s attention, we cannot agree to prioritize any matters above the critical issues of funding the government and preventing a job-killing tax hike, Given our struggling economy, preventing the tax increase and providing economic certainty should be our top priority.”
Mr. Reid, on the other hand, has accused the Republicans of obstructing the pathway to rightfulness and politics. Any guy in his situation would’ve used the same set of situations, because that’s what politics are all about. Reid said, “This strategy is very cynical but very obvious and transparent.”
Throughout the entire history of the United States of America, our political leaders have been really busy arguing and arming themselves against each other. The common man is still waiting for those “changes” while Senators like Michael Bennet get caught on a Mic in the middle of their lame duck agendas.