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Fiscal Cliff Is Just a Speed Bump on the Road to a Real Crisis

Mary559 Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 10:46 AM
Daniel, why aren't you touting FLAT TAX? It does seem there has to be a simple way to get everyone into the mix. Why are the congress allowing special interest groups, lobbyist, etc. to take over our budgets? How can we look the other way while the budget is not reconcilled at the end of each fiscal year? We, private citizens, small corps, etc. reconcile our budgets monthly. They are certainly paid enough to do their job. Give us some hope that we can bank on, not just the problems. WHAT ARE THE SOLUTIONS?
YESWECAN Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 11:02 PM
A lawyers dream is to become a lobbyist in Washington D.C. and buy off CAREER POLITICIANS. Do you not understand how corrupt they become to stay in elective office. All they have for sale is their vote. They find more ways to spread our tax dollars around than we can imagine. We can’t survive as a country without TERM LIMITS. Why don’t you bozos wise up.

I’m very concerned about both the fiscal cliff and its possible replacements. It will be bad news if we get an automatic tax hike on January 1, and it will be bad news if that tax increase is replaced by an even more odious plan concocted by the White House.

But the cliff is not our biggest fiscal problem.

Here’s some of what I wrote for today’s New York Post about the fiscal cliff, along with a warning that we have a much bigger problem down the road.

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