Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), the chairwoman of the House Tea Party Caucus, said Republicans could balk at voting to extend all the tax cuts for two years if it's tied to a long-term extension of jobless benefits.
"I don't know that Republicans would necessarily go along with that vote. That would be a very hard vote to take," Bachmann said on conservative talker Sean Hannity's radio show on Monday.
Because $13 billion on extending unemployement is will be recycled right back into the economy but $70 billion in added defecits for the the top 2% will create more jobs if the recipients decidev to hire a butler or finally get the plastic surgery for the wife that they have been delaying beause of "economic uncertainty'.
After all, it's the Christian thing to do. Keith Olberman should retire his Worst Person in the World award and give it to Backmann.