Again, House Republicans voted to defeat a bipartisan bill that would benefit average hardworking American families. Why do Americans in such large numbers vote for a party that only represents the interests of the wealthiest in the country?
"Contrary to the House GOP's oft-repeated line for the TV cameras that they don't "believe in raising taxes on anyone," they've done just that -- voted to raise taxes on 160 million Americans.â��
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tom-mcmah … r=Business
Then read why the Washington Post says half the country believes the GOP is sabotaging President Obama's jobs policies for political reasons:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plu … _blog.html
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