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Now, Congress is to meet again on Thursday. Given the limited time, President Barack Obama will now put on a small solution. He said that was to be created, after failed negotiations with Republican leader John Boehner on Friday. Insistently, he appealed to Republicans to abandon their rigid stance. "No one can get 100 percent of what he wants," he said. "This is not a competition between parties about who looks good and who is not."
Boehner also suffered a serious setback in his own camp. On Thursday, he had to cancel a vote planned by him, when it went to higher taxes for the super rich, with an annual income of more than $1 million, because he won no majority for that. Radical tea-party-trailer in the Republican camp categorically reject any tax increases.Very patriotic!
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