DETROIT, MI (WKZO) -- President Obama is scheduled to speak in Detroit on Monday to continue his campaign to put pressure on congressional republicans to relent on the bush tax cuts and let them expire for the top 2%.
Some democrats say the republicans have already lost that battle with the public and its time they throw in the towel, and some cracks are beginning to show in the republican house.
Senator Debbie Stabenow says why another wait 22 days. She thinks they should just go ahead and compromise now. She says the House should adopt the Senate bill which has already passed.
Stabenow also suggests that the House also approve the Farm Bill as part of the deficit reduction plan, because it includes 28 to 35-billion in savings over the next ten years.