Bob Cusack, Jane Hall, Amy Argetsinger and Howard Kurtz discuss whether the media’s fixation on the Petraeus scandal is overshadowing more significant stories like the fiscal cliff.
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The question reporters should be asking is:
Why are Democrats so panicked about the fiscal cliff?
After all, we've been told for years now that the Bush tax cuts didn't work, and that they only went to and benefitted the "rich". If that is the case, where did all these middle class tax cuts come from that the Democrats are worried will expire? Have we been lied to for all these years by Democrats and their media friends?
Could it be that the reality is that the Bush tax cuts went to EVERYONE who paid income tax, that they worked, and that the bulk went to middle class, and not the "rich"????
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