The PJ Tatler

Three Senate Dems signal they'll vote to kill Pelosi-created jobs

Fox reports that GOP Senate Leader McConnell assures voters  he will find a way to get the Obamacare repeal issue up before the Senate and three Democratic senators are already signaling they’ll support repeal of the most odious requirement: making businesses file 1099 reports with the IRS for any transaction over $600, a requirement that would certainly help the jobs situation by necessitating tens of thousands more people to read, file, and create storage for this mountain of useless paper.

Washington – Three Senate Democrats say they’d be supportive of House-passed legislation that repeals the requirement for businesses to comply with a burdensome reporting provision in the new health care law. Sens. Ben Nelson of Nebraska, Maria Cantwell of Washington and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota wrote House Speaker John Boehner Thursday, telling him the Senate would move quickly if the House passed a bill to repeal the provision that requires nearly 40 million U.S. businesses to file tax forms for every vendor that sells them more than $600 in goods.