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Bounce: Romney Surges in Ohio, Florida, Virginia

E3Troit Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 11:03 AM
Why worry about the deficit? Why not just apply some more 'supply-side' theory as the Republicans did during the entire George W. Bush 'Reign of Error?' Let's not forget the four pillars of supply-side theory. 1.) Tax cuts increase revenue. 2.) Deficits do not matter. 3.) The more debt there is, the more opportunities there are for tax cuts in the future. 4.) Every program that the federal government creates or expands presents yet another opportunity for a tax cut. I suggest people read Alan Greenspan's book 'Age of Turbulence' where he says that in 2001 the USA had 'budget surpluses as far as the eye can see.'
king10 - exposing leftism Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 11:16 AM
Distraction is all you've got left...keep it up dunce!
E3Troit Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 11:04 AM
Card-carrying Republicans respond with "Why won't the Democrats raise taxes?"

The American public has learned that the Republican Medicare Prescription is free, the Republican social engineering project in Iraq is free and the Republican nation building project in Afghanistan is free. It's just easier to roll a stone downhill than uphill. Capiche?
MacQ - Texas Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 11:11 AM
Well, there's that pesky little thing called history....in which we have at least 6 instances where cutting taxes resulted in record increased revenues. Most recently during the Bush admin, where revenues reached an all time high (and unemployment was very low).

As Americans are beginning to process Mitt Romney's lopsided debate victory on Wednesday night, the Republican nominee has pulled ahead in three crucial swing states, according to a trio of surveys from pollster We Ask America:
 


Ed Morrissey notes the slightly generous (to Republicans) sample splits in Florida and Virginia, although the Ohio partisan breakdown looks about right.  To buttress this data, Rasmussen has released two new surveys -- his data shows Romney ahead by one point