The Senate And The Fiscal Cliff: Really?
Are we really counting on this U.S.. Senate to avoid the fiscal cliff?
The same U.S. Senate that hasn't been able to get 60 votes for much of anything the past four years?
The same U.S. Senate that with only four days left before the fiscal cliff hits would have to get unanimous consent to do anything?
The same U.S. Senate where only one senator can prevent something from happening?
The same U.S. Senate where Rand Paul (R-KY) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) have nothing to lose and much to gain by being the senator who stops anything that can be characterized as a tax increase from happening?
That U.S. Senate?