Mike Huckabee The ink is barely dry on the President’s signature on the fiscal cliff bill that raised virtually every working American’s taxes, especially those making over $400,000. But that still hasn’t satisfied the left. Nancy Pelosi is insisting that we need more tax hikes, maybe by eliminating more loopholes and deductions for higher earners. And the President himself has also made it clear that this is only the beginning. But there’s one roadblock to that: the House is still under Republican control. They write the tax laws, and they think the President got his tax hike, and there will be no more. Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell made it abundantly clear. He said, quote, “The tax issue is finished. Over. Completed” and “behind us.” It’s finally about to become obvious, when the tax increases barely make a dent in the deficit, that our problem isn’t that we’re not taxing enough, it’s that the government spends too much. McConnell says it’s time to deal with the biggest problem facing America: Washington’s spending addiction. That’s what’s awaiting President Obama when he returns to work. He may be sorry he didn’t extend his Hawaiian vacation through 2016.