This is another article discussing the upcoming fiscal cliff, and the differences in approach in dealing with the cliff for both President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner. Boehner’s continued reluctance to sign any plan that imposes a tax increase on the wealthy is becoming an increasingly difficult stance to hold, although it doesn’t seem as if he’s willing to change his opinion on the matter. A number of Republicans, both in the Senate and in the House, have said that they are willing to accept a plan from President Obama that includes a tax increase on the wealthy. If the President and Congress are unable to agree on a deal for the fiscal cliff, then who deserves the blame? In my opinion, it would be Boehner and his cronies in Congress for being so stubborn in their republican views.