House Republicans Oppose Jobs, Cutting Taxes

Childish opposite-day Republican shenanigans continue:

In a sudden move, House Republicans rejected President Obama’s week-old jobs plan, including about $240 billion in payroll tax cuts. In a memo to their caucus, Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA), and other leaders dismissed the bill’s largest spending and tax cutting portions, leaving little of the bill intact.

Yeah, they're opposed to the payroll tax holiday. That's right, the Republicans are against temporarily cutting taxes for the middle class.