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What will the US credit rating be after Boehner forces another debt ceiling showdown?

If the deficit is so important isn't it crazy to take tax increases off the table? The wealth gap keeps growing and the "job creators" aren't creating jobs, so we might as well raise their taxes(a whopping 4%) to help solve this debt crisis. Or is Boehner trying to make the economy worse to take Obama out?

Asked By: - 5/16/2012
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No idea. It won't be headed up that's for sure and, unfortunately, that suits the Republican Tea Party agenda just as well... More
Answered By: TK - 5/16/2012
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The thought scares the living beegeesus out of me.
Answered By: Nancy - 5/16/2012
 
I would be more concerned what our credit rating would be if we allow Congress and the President to continue spending as if there is no tomorrow... More
Answered By: Constitution Hawk - 5/16/2012
 
After the shellacking of 2010, Obama should have moved to the center. Instead he took an even harder line. Obama made this showdown inevitable, by refusing to cooperate with anybody. Just like Jimmy Carter. One and done. NObama 2012!!!
Answered By: Truth Man, hated by liberals - 5/16/2012
 
Better than if we have 4 more years of Chairman Obama... More
Answered By: RADA - 5/16/2012
 
It will be just fine because Obama will have give Boehner and his right wingers a butt kicking this time concerning the budget. He's got a plan that will show the American people just how crooked Boehner and his buddies are. Obama has the presidential race in his pocket. You the man Obama!!!
Answered By: Patrick - 5/16/2012
 
What will be the US credit rating after the debt ceiling is raised to the point that the US can't afford to pay her debts?
Answered By: Cold Hard Fact - 5/17/2012
 
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