"Chief executives of more than 80 corporations, including Goldman Sachs, Dow Chemical, Caterpillar and Weyerhauser have gotten together to pressure Congress to tackle the country’s fiscal problems with a combination of tax reform and spending cuts. (Read More: US CEOs Call for Action to Reduce Federal Deficit.)
“If we go over the fiscal cliff we’re looking at a negative 1.7 percent GDP growth for the first quarter and that means jobs and that companies like ours are going to have to pull back on our capital investment,” Mark Bertolini, Aetna’CEO, told CNBC. “The sooner we get clarity the more we can invest in the economy.”"
You've been hearing about it on the WND for quite a while now, as we've watched the pressure for a "Grand Bargain" grow for months. If Obama wins big, it will likely happen before year's end. – Wes