Including 39% of Republicans.
The other “holiday” season is almost over.
“They have to negotiate something on Medicare.”
Mediation? Or escalation?
“We ought to have these negotiations in front of C-SPAN cameras.”
And we thought they were uninformed.
A “read my lips” moment?
The $200 billion hit on consumer spending.
What could go wrong?
Makers and takers.
Why fold a winning hand?
None of that cliff-diving.
And the beat goes on.
Big government has got to go.
Meh. Fiscal insolvency isn’t actually a thing, right?
Before the fiscal wilderness.
Trends and currents.
Less than a band-aid.
Let the good times roll.
Another round of “kick the can”?
When the going gets tough …
Elections, consequences, etc.
“We can’t afford four more years in which debt mushrooms out of control, our government grows and our military is weakened.”
Largest decrease since January 2009.
Sham or a rational pause?
Yeah, so… what else is new?
An end to silly season?
Flunks the “do no harm” test.
“I thought something had to be done on the ‘fiscal cliff’ before the election.”
Not just Wisconsin.
Pardon “does not erase a judgment of conviction, or its underlying legal and factual findings.”
“This is amazing. That’s amazing.”
Optimism, for what it’s worth.