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Talk and I guess now speaking of people upset.
And talking about it -- a bunch of business leaders in DC today.
And they're talking about the many roadblocks as they see it to getting our economy back on track Qaeda Barnes is in DC what her a lot more hey Peter.
-- hey guys a football metaphor from the quarterback of the business roundtable this morning John -- referring to the NFL lockout of professional refereeing is it -- -- was resolved a couple of weeks ago.
Angler join the hands of the US chamber of commerce the national manufacturers association.
And The National Retail Federation.
And calling on congress to reduce uncertainty and government policy.
To help create the confidence businesses large and small need to invest and hire and -- the clock running down they urged congress and the White House to get moving on fixing the fiscal -- You really don't even have a tax code in the country today.
This is for large business medium sized business mom and pop the individual entrepreneur.
What are the rules that it it's like we're playing with the replacement refereeing -- In the IRS.
Tom Donohue of the US chamber said nothing is gonna happen until November 7 first got to see who wins on November 6 he said both the White House and congress and -- policy makers will quote.
Know what marbles they have to play with the they're gonna come more -- yeah yeah.
-- I have always threatened.
But when these CEOs get together marbles aside.
The date in.
They assume that the fiscal cliff bill's gonna get figured out it's just a matter of time or order they actually put a percentage say you know what they may not get a figured out this time -- -- well let's a lot of -- -- it's 5050 -- -- said that's because of the politics Syrian horrible a lot of Republicans have said they will not vote for tax increases so.
Perhaps the strategy is.
Allow all the bush tax cuts to expire so that next year Republicans can vote for a tax -- who.
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