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  • Anyone notice?
    Randy F.
    Being a Postal Worker, I have been paying a little more attention than usual to the goings on in Congress. Is it any wonder that a large group of Baboons is called a Congress?
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  • What gets me is...
    Nobody N
    All these big corporations funneled all that money into these campaigns to get more Rs into Congress and keep them there, and now the Rs turn around and refuse any compromise that would pass a budget. And the corporations' stock tanks. That's gratitude for you.
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  • Blaming one side is a fool's game
    contrarian
    It takes two to tango, and they've all done it to us. Besides, all the CNBC "Rise Above" baloney is just to create a buzz for their agenda. The whole game is a charade to get us riled up and accept whatever fake deal is presented as the resolution. A pox on both their houses.
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  • Do IT!!!
    harveyinnyc
    FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, GO OVER THE CLIFF ALREADY!!!
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  • Fiscal slope
    SeaDaddy
    There isn't going to be an agreement until the debt limit can be addressed.
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  • Just Go Over the "Cliff" Already
    harveyinnyc
    Truly the best option is to just go over the "cliff." The benefits will start to accrue immediately, with spending cut and revenues increased. Anything else will just prolong the drama and scare tactics, whether it's a bogus "deal" or Congressional tinkering to delay the impact of sequestration.
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