Taxes. That appears to be the main issue currently holding up a bipartisan supercommittee responsible for 1.2 trillion dollars in cuts from the federal budget, and $1.2 trillion that could set the course for the next chapter in American history. If the common ground is found and the cuts are made, politicians will be dancing in fields of pansies with moose dancing about while trying to escape the gun of Sarah Palin. If the cuts are not made, America's future... well, I couldn't say, but I assume it wouldn't involve pansies.
Maybe I'm oversimplifying things a little bit, but we are certainly coming down to the wire and unfortunately for voters on both sides of the aisle, we have no control over what happens for now. It's up to the supercommittee, no matter what the people of America want. Their opinions are the ones that will be deciding the final call (until the rest of Congress gets involved).
So, do you think the supercommittee will be able to reach a deal by the deadline? Why or why not? What do you think will happen?