Kentucky’s two U.S. Senators remain frustrated about the ongoing fiscal cliff debacle in Washington.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are willing to take a look at whatever new proposals President Obama has to offer to avert the fiscal cliff.
Senator McConnell says more than anything, now is the time for action.
Meanwhile, Senator Rand Paul says he's frustrated by the lack of progress with regard to avoiding the fiscal cliff.
Senator Paul says if Washington is serious about spending cuts there are plenty of unnecessary programs out there.
Nearly everyone will see an income tax increase and there will be automatic cuts to the federal budget if the country falls off the fiscal cliff next week.