The Lieberman Compromise On Middle Class Tax Cuts
Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) made clear this evening that he would not block middle-class tax cuts as leverage for passing a fuller package. "To me there's very broad agreement on middle class tax cuts therefore we ought to get it done, and then we can argue about tax cuts for higher income people," Lieberman said.
(Emphasis supplied.) If the Dems stand firm, no one will vote against middle class tax cuts. Can the GOP and the Blue Dogs offer tax cuts for the rich later? Sure. The President can veto such a bill. After all, THE DEFICIT!
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