Analysis: Why jumping off the fiscal ...

Analysis: Why jumping off the fiscal cliff is a self-preservation move for many lawmakers

There are 1 comment on the Detroit Free Press story from Dec 31, 2012, titled Analysis: Why jumping off the fiscal cliff is a self-preservation move for many lawmakers. In it, Detroit Free Press reports that:

WASHINGTON -- Going over the fiscal cliff may seem irresponsible and self-destructive for the nation as a whole, but it's a politically logical, self-preserving step for many individual lawmakers.

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Ohio Wrangler

Mogadore, OH

#1 Dec 31, 2012
I hope this thinking backfires on them. I know that I hope to see Boehner's political career ended, and I will vote against him if he plans to run for anything.
I am sick and tired of these damned politicians putting themselves above what is best for the people and the nation.

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