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Cutter: Okay Fine, We've Been Lying About Romney's Tax Plan

Redumbapubs Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:15 AM
You did nothing of the sort. The Tax Policy Center has Reagan people in it. They have a pretty good idea of tax policy and how it affects the economy. You're analysis assumes that reducing a 70% tax rate is the same as reducing a 30% tax rate. Or in Romney's case, a 14% tax rate. They are not the same. There is a rate of diminishing returns. You are asking me to choose between the non-partisan Tax Policy Center along with Ronald Reagan senior economic adviser Bruce Bartlett on the one hand, or you on the other. Guess what I'm going to do?
Aura Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:22 AM
Red, go with the Clownhallers! They're so smart!

Bring back the birthers!!!!!
AmyDB Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:21 AM
Nope...Not asking you to choose me at all Red.
I am asking you why you back the report when they report _admits_ that it did not forecast any base broadening economic growth which is what Romney stressed in his statements.

I am asking you to choose _truth_.

I quite frankly don't care if you agree with me or not.
John Bull Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:19 AM
ROFLOL....
Said the red-diaper ocmmie in the crowd...


yea and you are an American...


HAHAHHA

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