Who says Congress can’t get anything done? By a vote of 234 to 193, the House passed a measure to push Social Security payroll-tax cuts. Republican House Speaker John Boehner announced that the new legislature "extends the payroll tax relief, extends and reforms unemployment insurance and protects Social Security - without the job-killing tax hikes." Though Obama wanted the tax cuts, the White House has said the President will kill the plan when he has the chance, because it also pushes for the construction of the controversial Keystone oil pipeline. Now the Senate will vote on it—though Dems oppose the pipeline.