Monday, March 01, 2004


Via 100 unfair and unbalanced monkeys typing
This paper examines the economic impacts of the Bush Administration's proposal to make its recent tax cuts permanent. Making the tax cuts permanent would be regressive and would dig a fiscal hole over the next 75 years that is as big as the combined social security and medicare trust fund shortfalls over the same period.[Nitpicker emphasis]
A little more than 'fear itself'. While Rove Bush plays on security fears for his reelection bid, the doom of his healthcare, environmental and economic policies goes unnoticed.


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