<strong>LOGAN—</strong> Are Republicans and Democrats going to be able to get together in time to avoid a so-called “fiscal cliff?”
David James, former chairman of the Cache County Republican Party, said he doesn’t see how the two parties can come together until they are able to come up with a problem statement. KVNU asked James how serious he believes it will be for the people if a fiscal cliff does occur.
“I think for most people, it won’t have that big of an impact, but the fact that it’s once again our government acting dysfunctional will be just very negative on people’s perceptions,” James said. “I think it will just start the year on a very negative tone.”
James also said he thinks Senator John Kerry is a good choice for President Obama’s new Secretary of State.