It’s not really a fiscal cliff, except it is

What, exactly, is a “fiscal cliff”? Is it a fake fiscal cliff? Or is this just the result of a yahoo.com staff member who doesn’t know if quotation marks are required. Or not.

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2 Responses to “It’s not really a fiscal cliff, except it is”

  1. ericjbaker Says:

    I don’t really “understand” the problem with “this” article from Yahoo! Quote marks are “free,” so we might as well “use” them.


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