Conventional wisdom holds that the election of 2012 revealed just how divided Americans are. And by party, and presidential candidate, they are. But on the biggest issue on the landscape, the upcoming “fiscal cliff” involving the expiration of the Bush tax cuts and automatic spending cuts to Defense and other important programs, the voters have been clear: They want a bipartisan “grand bargain” in which both sides make concessions.
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