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Senator Kyl Sees Higher Revenues Without a Tax Hike

ruralholiday Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 10:02 PM
“Tax revenues can be generated by two ways other than raising tax rates, [o]ne is to eliminate some of the deductions, credits, exemptions, special provisions in the code that end up producing more revenue but without affecting the rates." Translation: RAISING TAXES! "[T]he other is through economic growth.” Which congressional Republicans have blocked with malice of forethought ever since Obama has been in office. Hey, Larry, given your track record, please explain why anyone should listen to ANYTHING you say? Clown!
M444ss Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 10:35 PM
"Which congressional Republicans have blocked..."
Absolutely false. During the last two years, the republican-led House sent several dozen bills to the Senate, which chose under democrat leadership to do nothing. The President's so-called job-creating budgets, meanwhile, couldn't even get a single democrat vote. The only portion of the government that has put forth pro-growth policies in the last two years has been the House of Representatives.

A federal budget deal to avoid the fiscal cliff can be achieved without

raising tax rates, Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl said Friday on the Kudlow

Report.

“Tax revenues can be generated by two ways other than raising tax rates,” he said. “One is to eliminate some of the deductions, credits, exemptions, special provisions in the code that end up producing more revenue but without affecting the rates. And the other is through economic growth.”

The senator from Arizona said he thought it likely a deal could be struck to avoid the so-called “fiscal cliff,” a deadline...

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