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Fiscal Cliff? More Like A Crack In The Sidewalk

We need to go over the cliff.  The cliff is the cure.

But jumping off this “cliff” is only supposed to cut the deficit by $1.2 trillion over 10 years.  It saves about $120 billion a year.  The deficit is $1.4 trillion EVERY year.  And growing.

Avoiding the real cliff is worse than kicking a can down the road.  If you kick a can down the road at least when you reach the can it is the same size as it was when you kicked it.

This is more like rolling a snowball up a hill.

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