Obama's Campaign Stays Active on Fiscal Cliff
After outlining the advantages to middle-class Americans, the email struck the bi-partisan tone that investors have quickly gotten used to this week among leaders in Washington D.C.
"That's the President's plan, but he's not wedded to every detail. He is determined to work with Congress to find compromise and common ground," the email said.
The email also took a jab at House Republicans though as it said the Senate (which is controlled by Democrats) had already passed a bill to keep taxes low. House Republicans have used a similar argument as they've repeatedly argued that the House had passed a budget but the Senate had not.
In other words, the House has refused to accept the Senate's budget proposal, while the Senate has denied the House proposal.-- Written by Joe Deaux in New York. >Contact by Email. Follow @JoeDeaux
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