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 n.— «One issue was how to pay for reform—the “pay-fors” as they are called. “There are problems with the pay-fors,” Chambliss said, adding that the President had specifically asked him if he could support the surtaxes on the wealthy in the House bill unveiled by Democrats on Tuesday. “I’m not for raising taxes, period,” was the message from Chambliss.» —“Still Looking For GOP Votes” by Jamie Dupree KRMG.com July 16, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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