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Mr. Obama, Don't Raise Taxes On A Weakening, High Unemployment Economy That Is Barely Growing

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WASHINGTON - A big issue is missing in the debate over the "fiscal cliff" about how to get the Obama economy growing again, fueling capital investment, new jobs and higher incomes.

In all the fire and fury over whether we should raise or cut taxes, or how we can pound the deficits and a monster national debt into submission, the role of economic growth doesn't get the attention it deserves.

President Obama rarely mentions the term. Probably because the gross domestic product (GDP), the broadest measurement of all the goods and services the economy produces, has been so...