Is John Boehner going to propose a job creating bill?

So I can pay off my car and eat Chinese food more than once a month? Or will he raise the taxes that Obama's administration cut for 95% of Americans? Obama will not be raising my taxes because he doesn't have the power to raise taxes, that's Congress, not Obama. The government can create jobs in other areas than the government, such as the solar energy sector.

Asked By: Dolores Umbridge - 11/3/2010
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He'll push tax cuts for himself and his cronies, the wealthiest people in the United States. Rand Paul calls it "punishing the rich people." The middle class could have called it "rewarding rich people" which would have made as mush sense! Keep in mind, it was a gift to the wealthy (including themselves) from the... More
Answered By: chloe - 11/3/2010
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You are funny!
Answered By: Foghorn - 11/3/2010
If it is up to Boehner all the tax cuts will be extended for another 2 years at least. If Obama vetoes that than it will be Obama who will raise your taxes.
Answered By: Chin T - 11/3/2010
The government doesn't create jobs (except more government jobs). People taking chances with their money create jobs.
Answered By: Roboron - 11/3/2010
He only cares about the wealthy and the Oompa Loompas.
Answered By: Biggis - 11/3/2010
It isn't there job to create jobs ! we don't need more government jobs !
Answered By: eugene jeep - 11/3/2010
Boaner will give money to Billionaires, and then, 2 years later, when trickle down YET AGAIN doesn't happen, will shrug his shoulders and say: "Oh well, better luck next time"
Answered By: HackR - 11/3/2010
All we know is that the republicans want to spend 700 billion on a 3% tax cut on income OVER $250,000... More
Answered By: - 11/3/2010
Yes, its called making the Bush tax cuts permanent for everyone. Once there is some certainty to that, businesses will start feeling more confident and start hiring.
Answered By: JW - 11/3/2010
He will probably reintroduce the same one that they just voted down.
Answered By: Turd_Furgus0n - 11/3/2010
That sanctimonious guy doesn't have any idea how to create jobs. Eric Cantor was on the radio today saying that they were going to create jobs by cutting spending. How's that supposed to work... More
Answered By: oimwoomwio - 11/3/2010
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