PassuerDFumes Wrote:
Nov 30, 2012 9:16 AM
Moron. If the wars cost a trillion $ (which they did not), that would be less than $100 billion a year. A lot of money, but not near the $16 trillion or $1.5 trillion per year we are adding to the debt. The Bush tax cuts are neutral at worse and possibly are responsible for what little growth we have had. If raising the tax rate will generate more revenue, the, using the same logic, grocery stores could just double the price of bread and make twice as much money. Learn economics before you speak. Plus, this year we had the largest amount of revenue in history. The MOST money ever brought in and we still lost $1.5 trillion. We do not have a revenue problem. The rich are paying more than their share. Read something besides left wing tal