Will going off the fiscal cliff put the House in a stronger negotiating position?
It may help only because they realized long ago that Boehner will always flinch when negotiating with Obama. The idea that Boehner surrendering does not mean that the Republicans will all surrender might allow for a real negotiation. Eventually we have to realize that a deal that is worse than what would happen if there were no deal should just be walked away from.
Jump through Obama’s hoops and be glad to do it.
The majority of Americans want fiscal responsibility. The house has always been in a position of strength, Boehner has been the problem.
If Boehner grows a spine ,he can hold the Obamanoid´s feet to the fire with the debt limit, extend the Bush Tax cuts retroactively and cut the mad spending binge which is bankrupting us ,as if we´re not already bankrupt.
The RINOs steamrolled us again.
One must assume that there will be a sufficient amount of testosterone available for negotiating, aa dubious assumption at best.
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