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Putting Fiscal Cliff Talks on TV?

rauljg69 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 1:00 PM
Just what we need more political grandstanding from both parties. Arguing generalities on TV and getting nothing done. The Obamacare meeting on TV was a joke. But seeing that clip does remind me how Republicans were at meetings and not shut out and having things rammed down their throat. Multiple committees, a year and a half of debates, a televised meeting. townhall meetings all over the country..gave rist to tea party and yet republicans claimed they were not involved.

What a brilliant idea. Before taking office in 2009, President Obama promised to have the most transparent administration in history. Throughout his first term, we've seen anything but transparency but now would be a great time for redemption. President of Americans for Tax Reform Grover Norquist has called for fiscal cliff negotiations to take place in front of TV cameras where we can all see how our politicians plan to change our lives on January 1.

“It’s the president who is threatening to raise taxes on the middle class if he doesn’t stamp his feet and get...