GOP Policy Chairman Price on Senate's "Unworkable, Unacceptable Proposal"

Let's see now: a 365-day extension of the Social Security tax cuts for 160,000,000 Americans passed by the Republican-controlled House of Representatives which is paid for versus a 60-day extension of Social Security tax cuts passed by the Democrat-controlled Senate which is not paid for.
 
The hysterical and liberal  --  but, I repeat myself  --  mainstream news media are falling all over themselves to blame the Republicans for this impasse.  However, the American people, when they see the Republican bill vs. the Democrat bill, there is no doubt which bill they will favor.
 
The Chairman of the Republican Policy Committee in the United States House of Representatives, Congressman Tom Price, a physician from the state of Georgia had this to say: “A two-month extension of the payroll tax reduction, unemployment insurance, and Medicare physician reimbursement rates will only generate greater uncertainty among families, job creators and physicians,” said Chairman Price.  “What the Senate has passed is not a workable or acceptable solution, and delaying these important decisions until February is entirely unnecessary.  Just last week the House approved a long-term solution that preserves payroll rates, reforms unemployment, ensures patients have access to doctors, and puts thousands of Americans to work.  It was fully paid for in a largely bipartisan way.  Nevertheless, the Democrat leadership in the Senate has said they would rather kick the can down the road once again and refuse to work with House Republicans."
 
The rest of Chairman Price's statement is directly below:

Price Statement on Senate’s Unworkable, Unacceptable Proposal

Washington, D.C. – House Republican Policy Committee Chairman Tom Price, M.D. (R-GA) issued the following statement regarding the Senate’s two-month proposal for the payroll tax reduction, unemployment insurance, and the physician reimbursement rate for Medicare. 
“A two-month extension of the payroll tax reduction, unemployment insurance, and Medicare physician reimbursement rates will only generate greater uncertainty among families, job creators and physicians,” said Chairman Price.  “What the Senate has passed is not a workable or acceptable solution, and delaying these important decisions until February is entirely unnecessary.  Just last week the House approved a long-term solution that preserves payroll rates, reforms unemployment, ensures patients have access to doctors, and puts thousands of Americans to work.  It was fully paid for in a largely bipartisan way.  Nevertheless, the Democrat leadership in the Senate has said they would rather kick the can down the road once again and refuse to work with House Republicans.
 
“The House of Representatives is ready to find common ground with our Senate colleagues and with the president on these tough choices.  We can do it in a manner consistent with how Congress is supposed to operate when there are disputes between the chambers.  Senate Majority Leader Reid ought to call his colleagues back to work so we can do what is necessary to provide much needed certainty to families, job creators, and physicians caring for our nation’s seniors.”