Kill the Bill

So we're 'spose to trade poor people's unemployment insurance for billionaires' tax cuts and be told to come back and fight another day?

That's downright indecent -- if not completely immoral. I say, make it just about UI, period -- in a separate bill.

UPDATE: What Chris Hayes says:

It's the standard bribery model of legislating that has come to characterize Washington in the era of oligarchy: if you want to put food on the table of the unemployed, you must lavishly wine and dine the CEOs and bankers who laid them off. Obama didn't create this system, but he is making it stronger before our very eyes.