Boehner Won’t Budge

House Speaker John Boehner’s speech in response to President Obama’s $447 billion jobs bill could be said to be conciliatory—if conciliatory means softening his rhetoric and disagreeing with everything else. He still blasted the employment plan, calling it full of “short-term gimmicks.” And he firmly reiterated his no-tax-increase position. The Daily Beast’s Patricia Murphy says the fact that Boehner won’t budge on tax reform is a non-starter.

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