barring a sudden agreement by Democrats to **** over their base and not demand major tax hikes with entitlement reform, probably not.You won't get the reforms you belief are necessary in entitlements within the next four days. Not gonna happen.
which is why I say that AAA is very likely doomed anywho. We will see if we can hold it long enough to get to spring of 2013; when the people can decide whose approach to go with, and that Party can do so.
the House has now passed two options, including one in which the Majority Party leadership was willing to face down a revolt in it's own ranks to pass. the Senate has passed nothing. The President has issued no plan, only veto threats. I'm pretty sure I have an inkling of who the country will blame at this point.Either we take the best parts of both bills and combine them into one, or both parties will force the President to choose between facing a Constitutional inquiry which the nation will only see as a total capitulation by Congress' failure to do their duty and uphold their consititutional oath to protect the "full faith and credit of the United States". They will not blame the President for this failure; they will blame Congress.