GOP: $33 billion in unemployment aid: no; $678 billion in tax cuts for the rich: absolutely

Mike Pence tries to explain how that works.

Next up: Chris Wallace actually presses Pence on how he and his party can say the stim didn’t work when it clearly created and saved Americans’ jobs.

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8 Responses to GOP: $33 billion in unemployment aid: no; $678 billion in tax cuts for the rich: absolutely

  1. dissident says:

    He’s just asking that Obama adhere to the PAYGO he promised.

  2. JReid says:

    But not on the tax cuts. The tax cuts he says do NOT have to use PAYGO.

  3. Flo says:

    I think it was Chris Wallace, not his daddy Mike.

    But more importantly Pence has his history wrong. The Bush tax cuts did not increase revenue.

  4. JReid says:

    No more posting while tired. Thanks, Flo!

  5. Leo Sigh says:

    It makes you wonder how Republicans can try to explain any of this with a straight face. But what blows my mind even more is how many Americans will STILL vote for them.

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  7. Ronbo says:

    When the entire world is painted by Republicans (Television, Print, Radio), then do you really think that a single brush stroke has any effect?

    Without a liberal/progressive media outlet, other than the Amy Goodman, there will be little impact by a single story. Unfortunatley CNN, FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, Print and Radio have their meme laid out for them and they are sticking to it.

    I wonder…do the poor, middle class or rich own the media? Thank God for blogs.

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