Besides waiting for a trickle down deluge, can we at least know what the Repub;lican Jobs bill is ?

I think they are lying; don't have any kind of thought on it much less a bill. Let's hope the door hits them on their flabby azzes.

Asked By: - 10/19/2011
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The House Republicans put out a “Jobs Plan.” It’s 3 pages long and is just more of the same...lower corporate taxes, keep the loopholes, deregulate Wall Street, screw the little guy... More
Answered By: DebunkingTheRightWing - 10/19/2011
Additional Answers (19)
Which individuals comprise "they"?
Answered By: Bob Smith - 10/19/2011
corporate welfare
Answered By: MG B - 10/19/2011
The bills were tabled in the Senate. If your news outlet is not reporting it then maybe that is your problem.
Answered By: Blame You Can Believe In - 10/19/2011
go to any Republican candidate website, they all have a plan, unlike your Chief American hater that you wear out knee pads on
Answered By: stop the spending - 10/19/2011
Well we know what Obozo wants to do, borrow more money to give to the unions
Answered By: cry baby liberal - 10/19/2011
businesses don't want to expand because reckless government spending by liberals always means more taxes.......ta daaaa
Answered By: buffalo dog - 10/19/2011
A smart guy like you should be able to find their website with the details. But since you apparently can't, look here:
Answered By: jaker - 10/19/2011
The Republicans HAVE NO JOBS BILL, my friend.
Answered By: Namaste - 10/19/2011
Why do you need a "jobs plan" from people 3,000 miles away? Do you wait for them to give you permission to use the bathroom as well?
Answered By: Psychobenzaprine - 10/19/2011
You pretty much don't pay any attention to things do you? And don't be dishonest by saying you think.
Answered By: Citolduso - 10/19/2011
check one of these:
Answered By: Paladin - 10/19/2011
Have a good reading @Debunking simple math: $440 billion / 1.9 million jobs = ?
Answered By: BadWolf63 - 10/19/2011
Why don't you just look it up? The darn things are posted on the internet. Every candidate running has a plan and some of the Congressmen and Senators have a plan (that were tabled by Democrats). The Democrats wouldn't even debate them.
Answered By: Evie - 10/19/2011
Raising prices while lowering wages. Because that's what is best for their constituents.
Answered By: Nicholas J - 10/19/2011
Take the monkey off private companies back and help them, instead
Answered By: Hmm Hmm Hmm - 10/19/2011
There are about 9 Republican Jobs Bills that Harry Reid has shelved. You should watch the News, instead of your Kinfolk on Jerry Springer, eh?
Answered By: Dinamuk Roberts - 10/19/2011
Ask Harry Reid, he put it on the shelf along with several other bills passed by the House. But Obama's trickle down poverty has worked quite well.
Answered By: Scratches Head mumbles F'in Retards - 10/19/2011
The House GOP has no intention of doing anything that will help the country in any way while Obama is president, they have stated that time and time again and its a wonder that their constituents have tolerated the purposeful inaction... More
Answered By: Jedi Prairie Dog - 10/19/2011
From what I can glean from their 10-page brochure referenced by a few people, 4 pages of which are graphics, these are their bullet points... More
Answered By: tonalc2 - 10/19/2011
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