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  • Top 15 Tweets About the Fiscal Cliff

    “Fiscal Cliff” has been the catchphrase of the past few weeks, and tweets on the matter have been plentiful.  We compiled a list of the Top 15 tweets about the fiscal cliff that you should read:

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    8 Responses to Top 15 Tweets About the Fiscal Cliff

    1. sbj1964 says:

      The congressional leardership is now trying to portray the cliff as more of a steep incline.The bums are just trying to get out of town early for Christmas.If this situation continues into the new year they will try to pass some half baked,last minute plan doomed to fail.

    2. bob says:

      The dems want the fical cliff so they can get their communist friends in the press corp to blame it on the defenseless repubs, The press is responsible for the demise of this country.

    3. RodyK says:

      The gutless non-conservative Republical leaders are now suddenly willing to raise taxes. That means the bipartisan solution to the fiscal cliff will mean raising taxes with no substantial cuts in spending. Who couldn't see that one coming?

    4. It is all a side show to distract attention from larger more difficult problems that face us.

    5. Robert James says:

      What's going on is like the Weapons of Mass Destruction, just another lie ,the War was of our Congress and Senate of both Parties making the lie work, this lie is just to cover the means in which they are going to steal from American's again.What we need is to try, some of these Traitor's for what they are ,along with the last President only not give them any Presidential Pardon. Then mabe we wouldn't hear the Sky is falling for awhile and mabe have some money in our Pocket's.

    6. David Mangan says:

      Leno is correct in Obama's quandry concerning whom to blame the failure to avoid the fiscal cliff. Obama is running out of Republicans to blame. I'm sure Plouffe & Axelrod will come up with some sort of strategy.

    7. RennyG says:

      Why don't we just retire all of congress and let the "King" do whatever he wants!! We are there now so why are we paying these guys. As far as Republicans are concerned, they see the train commng down the track and they are starting now how to win the next voting cycle. They better focus on that "train" because he has bought all the votes he needs and voting is a waist of time an money!!! Another comment, "he" will stay in offece after these four years are over. The first four he set the ground work, this four he is finishing the implimentation and the next four he will enjoy the fruits of his labor, "on the backs of us all!!!!!!'

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