You could call all of them GOP concessions and a victory for common sense government. Democrats have been asking for a budget conference for over six months now; they get that. Democrats and the president have laid out a principle that government by extortion not be allowed, and the Republicans have completely capitulated on that. Income verification is already part of the ACA, and is hardly alters anything.
The chatter is that Speaker Boehner will hold a vote on the Senate proposal, and that the vast majority of the votes will have to come from Democrats. And even Ted Cruz has backed off from slowing this thing down in the Senate. (Update at 1 pm PT: ... and Boehner has explicitly agreed to cave).
So, the GOP gets nothing. We could have done all this a fortnight ago, a month ago, and avoided the government shutdown. But apparently, Speaker Boehner had to save his job, and let's not lose perspective here, that's the most important thing... why again?
Enjoy your open thread. Let's follow the capitulation in close captioning.