Administration officials from Obama on down say it'll take money from raising tax rates on the rich â¿¿ instead of GOP proposals to simply curb their deductions â¿¿ to win Obama's approval of any plan to avoid the "fiscal cliff."Boehner's plan, which was signed by other House Republican leaders including recent vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan, drew a sharp dismissal from Republican Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina, a leader of tea party conservatives in Congress.
GOP 'fiscal Cliff' Plan Echoes Failed Budget Talks
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