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Sunday: Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner on fiscal cliff negotiations. Plus, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, and Rep. Mike Rogers, R-MI with the latest on Libya and the fiscal cliff. Then, a panel dives into every angle of the fiscal cliff with Moody's Mark Zandi, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget President Maya MacGuineas, TIME's Rana Foroohar and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson. What do you want to know about the fiscal cliff? 
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Why do Republicans insist on further enriching the already wealthy at the expense of the middle class?  

Why do Republicans refer to Social Security and Medicare as "entitlements" when most of us have paid into them for many years?

Why do Republicans continue to believe that the wealthy will create jobs if they're not taxed?
 
How about if we just say NO? From now on, I plan to let these shows know that when Sen. Lindsey Graham or Sen John McCain "appear" - that is when I turn off the show. Could we please have some new folks with new ideas and get to know some other Senator or Representative's thoughts - these two do the talk show circuit with nothing new or helpful to say. Perhaps if enough people "just said no" these blowhards would not be guests - come on news shows - you can do better!
 
Yeah you wouldn't want to be confused with the facts.  Just turn them off.
 
+Jay Martin I have no trouble with facts and I like to hear what people have to say. However, you might want to take a look at Senator McCain's history on the talk shows - we get little in the way of facts and even his opinions on what he thinks will happen are wrong about 90% of the time.  That is the problem I have with the talk shows using the same talking heads - from either party or interest group. We need to get more choices and shake things up. And I do think if people are close-minded or disrespect others, they should not be rewarded for their bad behavior. We can disagree - but really when was the last time you actually learned something from what either Senators Graham or McCain had to say?
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