Earlier this year, it seemed there might be some hope for Capitol Hill when Congress dealt easily with raising the debt ceiling.
But don’t let that one episode fool you.
As President Obama and House Republicans circle each other over the forthcoming budget cuts known as the “sequester,” it’s a reminder that Congress and the White House have a complicated legislative agenda ahead.
The big issue, of course, will be the budget and fiscal affairs.
Can we get our fiscal house in order?