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GOP Turns Sure Victory into Defeat

Myer2 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 12:19 PM
Reagan tripled the national debt debt explosion has resulted not from big spending by the Democrats, but instead the Republican Party's embrace, .. insidious doctrine that deficits don't matter if they result from tax cuts DStockman Reagan raised taxes 11 times Reagan expanded the size of government The federal work force increased from 2.8 million to 3 million. vs Clinton federal work force went down from 2.9 million to 2.68 million. Reagan supported the "socialist" Earned Income Tax Credit he called it "the best anti-poverty, the best pro-family, the best job creation measure to come out of Congress." Reagan gave amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants Reagan signed abortion rights law in California
John C6 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 12:42 PM
Gentle Readers,

Off topic, but,

1. Reagan fought the Cold War, added 18 million jobs from a base of 54 million, and doubled
GDP from $3 trillion a year to $6 trillion. His resolute Defense and Foreign policies ended the
Cold War, resulting in huge defense savings.

2. Defense spending went down under Clinton because Reagans policies were successful.
Reagan hired people to defend the country during the Cold War- they weren't needed in
the Clinton Administration.

3. The Democrat Party majority in Congress raised taxes in Reagan Administration 11 times.

4. Tax cuts for working people is a good policy, ergo the EITC. You're right- Republicans
cut taxes for WORKING PEOPLE, not ' the rich '. The rich only get tax cuts from Republicans
John C6 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 12:44 PM
( continued ) when they invest their capital to create jobs. When they spend their money,
they pay taxes.

5. Reagan did give amnesty to illegal immigrants. So, why do we need to do that again?


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