Best Indication Latest Obama-Boehner Meeting Was Constructive: No One's Rushing To Cameras To Deem it "Constructive""
Uncharacteristic silence following yesterday's White House sit-down. Does that suggest the two sides actually made modest headway (doomed to be mutually misconstrued and fully walked back with redoubled resentment, naturally, but momentary headway nonetheless)?
President Barack Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner (R., Ohio) met at the White House on Sunday. By now, virtually everyone watching the “fiscal cliff” process unfold knows that. But what very few people know is what actually happened. That’s because both sides are being unusually tight-lipped after several weeks of public posturing.
What does this all mean?
Update: The two sides seem to be getting louder in their silence, with both now unequivocally confirming that the well-publicized meeting that everyone knows took place did indeed take place.
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