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The Fiscal Cliff Sparks Anger Among Conservatives (SLIDESHOW)

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THE FISCAL CLIFF
Newt Gingrich attends TIME's Person of the Year panel on November 13, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images for TIME) | Getty Images

As the House prepared to vote Tuesday evening on a Senate-passed bill to avert the fiscal cliff, prominent conservatives -- both on and off Capitol Hill -- lashed out. They considered the bill to be lousy and called each other sellouts and bad negotiators. Here are 12 prominent conservatives reacting to the fiscal cliff deal:

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