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hahahahaaa. TDS. Why didn't the dems do anything about the loss of jobs when they had complete power? Now demdopes want to slow down Trump. 2018 is going to be the end of the dems. Instead of tossing out the bums who destroyed the dems they are giving them more power. Dems are doubling down on a losing strategy. Look at dem leadership and you will see why dems are about to enter the trash bin of history. After 2018 the senate will be able to shut down the dems with a voice vote. GOP will gain more seats in the house and the house is lost forever for the dems.

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Senate Republicans block bill to end tax breaks for outsourcing

 

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Senate Republicans blocked a bill that would end tax breaks for companies that send jobs overseas.

 

On Wednesday, the Senate voted 54-42 to end debate on S. 2569, the Bring Jobs Home Act 60 votes were needed to advance the measure.

 

 

Sens. John Walsh (D-Mont.) and Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) introduced the bill, which would give companies incentives to bring jobs back to the United States, including a tax write-off for the relocating costs and an additional 20 percent credit.

Currently, U.S. companies can deduct from their corporate taxes some expenses of moving facilities overseas. Democrats said 2.4 million jobs have been outsourced in the past 10 years.

 

It is wrong that American workers subsidize a corporate decision to pack up American jobs and ship them overseas, Walsh said Wednesday. Thats bologna.

 

Republicans argue that if Democrats truly wanted to keep companies in the United States, they would work with Republicans to overhaul the tax code and reduce corporate tax rates.

 

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) blocked Republicans from offering amendments to the bill, which is why they voted against advancing the bill.

 

We Democrats are lined up against outsourcing, Reid said ahead of the vote. A vote against this bill is a vote against American jobs.

 

The legislation was part of Democrats Fair Shot campaign ahead of the midterm elections. If Republicans vote against cloture, Democrats will likely use the vote against them in November, saying Republicans support Big Business more than creating middle-class jobs.

 

Walsh is one of the most vulnerable incumbents this election cycle. His opponent, Rep. Steve Daines (R-Mont.), ran Procter & Gamble factories in China. Walshs campaign has argued that Daines helped ship jobs overseas

Is that the 2014 article?

 

Please provide a link.

 

TIA

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Senate Republicans block bill to end tax breaks for outsourcing

 

 

Sens. John Walsh (D-Mont.) and Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) introduced the bill, which would give companies incentives to bring jobs back to the United States, including a tax write-off for the relocating costs and an additional 20 percent credit.

Currently, U.S. companies can deduct from their corporate taxes some expenses of moving facilities overseas. Democrats said 2.4 million jobs have been outsourced in the past 10 years.

This stupid piece of shit can't read his own link. And he's lying when he says there is a tax break for outsourcing jobs.

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From what I've heard and read the Dummycraps are set to take an even bigger beating in '18 than we've seen in recent cycles, where they have been eviscerated every election.

 

I fully expect to see a super-majority Republican Senate after '18, and an even larger House majority.

 

We already know the Supreme Court will be stacked and I mean STACKED with ultra-constitutional-conservatives for decades to come.

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This stupid piece of shit can't read his own link. And he's lying when he says there is a tax break for outsourcing jobs.

Actually I'm hoping dln will provide a link. :)

From what I've heard and read the Dummycraps are set to take an even bigger beating in '18 than we've seen in recent cycles, where they have been eviscerated every election.

 

I fully expect to see a super-majority Republican Senate after '18, and an even larger House majority.

 

We already know the Supreme Court will be stacked and I mean STACKED with ultra-constitutional-conservatives for decades to come.

These things can happen...will the dems be smart enough to reel in their extremism, or will they continue down the same path that cost them the election?

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These things can happen...will the dems be smart enough to reel in their extremism, or will they continue down the same path that cost them the election?

 

 

Even if they shift strategy to try and survive, the momentum is with the Right and '18 comes too soon and is heavily stacked against the Dumdums. After that they may rebound but they'll have a shit-ton of catching up to do. It's gonna be a long, long cold winter for them.

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Even if they shift strategy to try and survive, the momentum is with the Right and '18 comes too soon and is heavily stacked against the Dumdums. After that they may rebound but they'll have a shit-ton of catching up to do. It's gonna be a long, long cold winter for them.

Doesn't look good for the dems.

 

I guess dln has decided not to provide a link to his article...oh well.

 

 

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The GOP, having proven itself to be entirely incompetent, will lose the House and the Senate.

 

 

 

 

HAHA that's the most hysterical absurd nonsense I've seen here all day, and there has been TONS!

 

L - M - A - O ! !

 

 

 

 

Did the toilets get scrubbed yet Matilda?

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The GOP, having proven itself to be entirely incompetent, will lose the House and the Senate.

Is that the same incompetence that won the GOP the whole shebang in November? :)

Senate Republicans block bill to end tax breaks for outsourcing

 

BY RAMSEY COX

TWEET SHARE MORE

Senate Republicans blocked a bill that would end tax breaks for companies that send jobs overseas.

 

On Wednesday, the Senate voted 54-42 to end debate on S. 2569, the Bring Jobs Home Act 60 votes were needed to advance the measure.

 

 

Sens. John Walsh (D-Mont.) and Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) introduced the bill, which would give companies incentives to bring jobs back to the United States, including a tax write-off for the relocating costs and an additional 20 percent credit.

Currently, U.S. companies can deduct from their corporate taxes some expenses of moving facilities overseas. Democrats said 2.4 million jobs have been outsourced in the past 10 years.

 

It is wrong that American workers subsidize a corporate decision to pack up American jobs and ship them overseas, Walsh said Wednesday. Thats bologna.

 

Republicans argue that if Democrats truly wanted to keep companies in the United States, they would work with Republicans to overhaul the tax code and reduce corporate tax rates.

 

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) blocked Republicans from offering amendments to the bill, which is why they voted against advancing the bill.

 

We Democrats are lined up against outsourcing, Reid said ahead of the vote. A vote against this bill is a vote against American jobs.

 

The legislation was part of Democrats Fair Shot campaign ahead of the midterm elections. If Republicans vote against cloture, Democrats will likely use the vote against them in November, saying Republicans support Big Business more than creating middle-class jobs.

 

Walsh is one of the most vulnerable incumbents this election cycle. His opponent, Rep. Steve Daines (R-Mont.), ran Procter & Gamble factories in China. Walshs campaign has argued that Daines helped ship jobs overseas

Looks like you won't provide a link to your article.

 

OK...so be it. :)

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Even if they shift strategy to try and survive, the momentum is with the Right and '18 comes too soon and is heavily stacked against the Dumdums. After that they may rebound but they'll have a shit-ton of catching up to do. It's gonna be a long, long cold winter for them.

With the help of the GOP & Tweet-Tramp,....it will be a cake walk.

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Senate Republicans block bill to end tax breaks for outsourcing

 

BY RAMSEY COX

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Senate Republicans blocked a bill that would end tax breaks for companies that send jobs overseas.

 

On Wednesday, the Senate voted 54-42 to end debate on S. 2569, the Bring Jobs Home Act 60 votes were needed to advance the measure.

 

 

Sens. John Walsh (D-Mont.) and Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) introduced the bill, which would give companies incentives to bring jobs back to the United States, including a tax write-off for the relocating costs and an additional 20 percent credit.

Currently, U.S. companies can deduct from their corporate taxes some expenses of moving facilities overseas. Democrats said 2.4 million jobs have been outsourced in the past 10 years.

 

It is wrong that American workers subsidize a corporate decision to pack up American jobs and ship them overseas, Walsh said Wednesday. Thats bologna.

 

Republicans argue that if Democrats truly wanted to keep companies in the United States, they would work with Republicans to overhaul the tax code and reduce corporate tax rates.

 

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) blocked Republicans from offering amendments to the bill, which is why they voted against advancing the bill.

 

We Democrats are lined up against outsourcing, Reid said ahead of the vote. A vote against this bill is a vote against American jobs.

 

The legislation was part of Democrats Fair Shot campaign ahead of the midterm elections. If Republicans vote against cloture, Democrats will likely use the vote against them in November, saying Republicans support Big Business more than creating middle-class jobs.

 

Walsh is one of the most vulnerable incumbents this election cycle. His opponent, Rep. Steve Daines (R-Mont.), ran Procter & Gamble factories in China. Walshs campaign has argued that Daines helped ship jobs overseas

Looks dln fled this thread...no link, no nutin'. lol

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Senate Republicans block bill to end tax breaks for outsourcing

 

BY RAMSEY COX

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Senate Republicans blocked a bill that would end tax breaks for companies that send jobs overseas.

 

On Wednesday, the Senate voted 54-42 to end debate on S. 2569, the Bring Jobs Home Act 60 votes were needed to advance the measure.

 

 

Sens. John Walsh (D-Mont.) and Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) introduced the bill, which would give companies incentives to bring jobs back to the United States, including a tax write-off for the relocating costs and an additional 20 percent credit.

Currently, U.S. companies can deduct from their corporate taxes some expenses of moving facilities overseas. Democrats said 2.4 million jobs have been outsourced in the past 10 years.

 

It is wrong that American workers subsidize a corporate decision to pack up American jobs and ship them overseas, Walsh said Wednesday. Thats bologna.

 

Republicans argue that if Democrats truly wanted to keep companies in the United States, they would work with Republicans to overhaul the tax code and reduce corporate tax rates.

 

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) blocked Republicans from offering amendments to the bill, which is why they voted against advancing the bill.

 

We Democrats are lined up against outsourcing, Reid said ahead of the vote. A vote against this bill is a vote against American jobs.

 

The legislation was part of Democrats Fair Shot campaign ahead of the midterm elections. If Republicans vote against cloture, Democrats will likely use the vote against them in November, saying Republicans support Big Business more than creating middle-class jobs.

 

Walsh is one of the most vulnerable incumbents this election cycle. His opponent, Rep. Steve Daines (R-Mont.), ran Procter & Gamble factories in China. Walshs campaign has argued that Daines helped ship jobs overseas

Looks like you know your post failed so you stay away instead of providing a link for your article from the Jurassic Period. lol

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