New York (CNNMoney) – It's one of the biggest decisions facing Congress: what to do about the fiscal cliff - the $7 trillion worth of tax increases and spending cuts that start taking effect next year.
Two major sticking points: whether to extend some or all of the Bush tax cuts and and how to replace the nearly $1 trillion in spending cuts.
First of all, that fiscal cliff is congress' responsibility. That is why the we have the sequestration.
Raise tax on those who make 250k or more and cut defense.....
Keep Middle Class tax cuts, cut spending on war toys oil subsidies, corn and other food subsidies, drug grants.
We cannot, at all times, in all circumstances pay Big Business a MASSIVE profit on their investment in lobbyists.
Extend for low-earners, let it go for the highest earners.
How many jobs would the Caymen/Bermuda/Switzerland money create if brought back here and put to work? Why is Romney so Un-American. He does NOthing for this country - only himself and mormons.
TAX THE RICH UNTIL THERE ARE NO MORE RICH! Like Greece and France,.., YEAH! That's the ticket!!
The president will honestly try to explain about the deficet handling and Romney,he'll give details when he gets elected that's his maniacal stance and he's sticking to it..The arrogent Mormon moron doesn't give details,he did at Clintons gathering but people there saw a candidate wanting cheap labor abroad making products cheaper for American consumption in exchange for foriegn aid,sounds like his investments in Chinese sweatshops again don't it!!That's why hes failing at the polls lately,they see the dirty corporate side of him,the Bain side that kills jobs and dreams here doing more of the same if elected,the outsourcing with Romney as president will be an all time high and republicans know it..His corporate backers want it and they know it and without Romney it won't get done!!