Forget the fiscal cliff

So much for the fiscal cliff deal. 

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The consensus on the Hill is that they are “done” with taxes, at least until well after the Three Crises: sequestration, continuing resolution, and debt ceiling. All tax bills on the House side have been essentially tabled for now. 

But the president speaks as if he hadn’t just raised taxes on the wealthy, and, in the White House’s own words, imposed “the most progressive tax code in decades.” 

Now he wants to chase the rich out of our country some more. There goes investment in the economy, there goes entrepreneurship, there goes charitable donations.

Williams is live Monday-Friday on Sirius XM 128, 6 to 7 p.m.  Read him Mondays in The Washington Times.