Fiscal Cliff 2013: The Bigger US Problem Is Unemployment, Not The Deficit
So far, IBTimes.com has not put up a “fiscal cliff countdown clock” on its front page, and it’s probably just as well. The reason? The so-called fiscal cliff isn’t really a “cliff.” Think of the U.S. budget situation as more akin to the temperature in your living room on a typical fall day as we approach December and winter. (If you live in the Northern Hemisphere.) If you turn down the thermostat in your living room to 70 F degrees or 68 F degrees, it may feel a little less warm in the room, particularly if it’s a cold night outside. If you turn the thermostat down slightly again the next night, to 66 F degrees, you may feel slightly chillier, but you’re still not anywhere near a temperature that’s unhealthy nor life-endangering. No Budget Deal Like A Cool Room: Hardly Hazardous The budget situation in the United States today is like the aforementioned temperature in that living room: We’ve turned down the thermostat slightly, but we’re not in any mortal danger. …MORE
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