Re the Nov. 27 letter, Focus on cliff: Long before the presidential election, unlike most Democrats, Sen. Marco Rubio didn’t miss talking about real problems with workable solutions.
Although the Democrats started talking big problems after the election, for solutions they’re still talking mainly about taxing the rich, like broken records.
Yet among our biggest problems is over-spending, not revenue.
For Rubio to stay away from lengthy negotiations currently occurring in Washington is a brilliant idea.
After all, the implementation of the so-called fiscal cliff, which is an automatic cutting of government expenditures is always ready at any time should the Democrats be unwilling or unable to propose spending cuts enough to prevent it.
Tony Rojas, Miami Shores