Andrew Sprung hopes - as the Dish does - for a bipartisan tax reform deal. The stars are aligning:

Who would have thought a month ago that the deficit commission could knead its initial plan outline into a shape that would garner 11 out of 18 votes, and that Obama and the Republicans leadership could agree on a package that yields substantial real stimulus to balance the giveway to the rich? 

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