(CNN) - President Barack Obama signed a two-month extension of the payroll tax cut Friday, according to a senior administration official.
Thank you Obama. I will take this 2% and direct it to the Romney campaign fund. It is the BEST investment I can make with this money. Keep giving me more so I can accelerate your permanent departure to the golf course you love so much.
There's gonna be lots of drinkin' and cryin' at the Orangeman's house this holiday!
Thank you for standing firm and fighting for average Americans.Thank you for being our voice in a room where everyone is out to enrich themselves at our expense.
Go to your family and have the merriest of Christmas. I know you can't unplug, but please unwind, and refresh, the battle is not over but you've got us behind you.
Great job, my vote for you...Obama2012.
Saying the GOP is corporate fat cats, bent on dominating the workers is no more accurate than saying Democrats are socialist authoritarians bent on making us all dependent on big brother.
It does have to said. Often and loudly. The facts speak for themselves.
Middle class incomes and wages began to flatline during the Reagan administration introduced us to "trickle down" tax policies. Incomes and wages of the CEOs and top executives have risen from 30 times of the average worker to 300 times the average worker, and that's before performance bonuses. Republicans across the country launched a war against the middle class and unions for public employees. The facts speak for themselves.
The house should not have knuckled under. All those jobs for the pipeline lost or delayed. Thank you Obam and Dem obstructionists.
All those pipeline jobs? What a bunch of crap. 6500 temporary pipeline jobs versus several hundred thousand in the jobs act that the republicans refused to support. I guess if your party is responsible for losing 8 million jobs in the Bush debacle, 6500 temporary jobs, or any job creation by republicans, would be a big deal.
great Job Mr Pesident
Wire Palladin S.F. is right, unfortunately some would prefer to believe Faux News and not Russ Girling, CEO of
Transcanada, owners of the Keystone Pipeline project.
"All those jobs for the pipeline lost or delayed."
Dude, you need to turn off Fakes News and lose your BS talking points propaganda. The entire project involves about 5-7 thousand jobs lasting one year. In the meantime, two or three Keystone investors are suing to get out of the deal because of the likelihood of pipeline overcapacity, meaning the project may be a financial failure (which would also mean no way to cover environmental costs in case of a disaster, which will be made more likely due to reduced maintenance when revenues don't come in as expected). So there you have it: a whole bunch of confirmed facts that lead to one conclusion. This is project is more corporate welfare/pork for the hidden elites who care nothing about the environment or the rest of us. Including you.