After selling the election Election
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In a previous post Fiscal cliff and the frenzy I pointed to the rush of reporting the day after the election. Some of these articles should be in the op-ed section instead of reporting.
"Avoiding hard decisions could have grave consequences, analysts say..."
Few expect Washington to replicate the scope of the Bowles-Simpson plan. Though it is widely praised, its $4 trillion in 10-year savings includes major changes to Social Security opposed by liberals and an aggressive new tax code that would generate far more revenue than most conservatives could stomach.