Parties still talking past each other on taxes and spending
March 12th, 2013
04:40 PM ET
1 year ago

Parties still talking past each other on taxes and spending

Washington (CNN) – Despite a ballyhooed charm offensive by President Barack Obama, political leaders continued talking past each other on Tuesday in proposing partisan ideas on taxes and spending that have zero chance of winning congressional approval.

Obama met with Senate Democrats in the first of three visits to Capitol Hill this week for face time with legislators from both parties.

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  1. Sniffit

    "Parties still talking past each other on taxes and spending"

    MSM part of the reason for it. Story at never.

    March 12, 2013 02:33 pm at 2:33 pm |
  2. Pete

    Ryan coming out lying saying publicly he wants to save the world and Medicare give me a break,enough of him already..Republicans over 30 times trying to repeal something that can't be repealed in the ACA bill something that eats at republicans because their only ace in John Roberts in the SCOTUS voted to support it,killed your plan didn't it Ryan!!Now if you republicans want to do something creative go pass with democrates some job,infastructure and farm bills and watch what happens,presto people employed and money in revenue not seen in years finally coming in to help our ailing economy ..Nice ha and its takes a poster like myself to stick your ignorent nose in it to make you see the true facts not the ones you feed your illiterate minions 24/7...

    March 12, 2013 03:28 pm at 3:28 pm |