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Trivia Tidbit Of The Day: Part 360 -- Pelosi-nomics Versus Tax Cuts.
Nuancy Pelosi Cannot Become Speaker of the House-
Behold, charts, from Larry Kudlow (and he got them from Dan Clifton):
6.6 Million New Jobs:
Unemployment Rate Moves From 6.3% To 4.6%:
GDP Growth Far More Robust:
14.4 Trillion More Dollars In Household Net Worth:
Of course, back in May of 2003, Nancy Pelosi declared:
“None of these tax cuts is affordable. None of them creates jobs, and they are not fair. All of them do damage to our long-term economic growth and contribute to the national deficit.” -House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA); May 09, 2003
Jobs have been created, long-term economic growth has been strong, and the national deficit is now coming down rapidly.
Lower taxes-- and all the benefits America gains from them-- are at stake in two weeks. Don't sit this one out.
Previous Trivia Tidbit: Bush's Tax Cuts For The Rich Were Actually Progressive.
Posted by Will Franklin · 23 October 2006 07:53 PM
Our President is Awesome and should be appreciated sooooooo much!...
Posted by: zsa zsa at October 23, 2006 08:34 PM
Why aren't Republicans beating this drum?
Instead they have allowed the media and the Dems to distort the condition of the economy.
Again, the failure of the Bush media team over the last six years is costing the country's conservatives the kind of moral victory that only facts and reality can provide. Tax cuts work, but the Bush media team has failed to get the message out.
Tony Snow has a heck of a job to do, but so far has improved things. But the message has to get out better still. The tax cuts have worked unlike all of the Democrat's plans. Conservative policies do work. Facts support them. And Pelosi is on the wrong side of history.
Posted by: Justin B at October 24, 2006 01:30 AM
The macro numbers on the economy show that it is improving. This does not necessarily translate into good news for every single American. An economy as large as the US has many factors that drive it.
In my opinion, this economy is a result of the Bush policy. The tradeoff, however, is that we are experiencing short term gains for long term sacrifice. Eventually something has to give - spending cuts, higher taxes or a combination of both.
1. The National Debt has increased 3 trillion dollars since 2001. Over 1.5 billion dollars is added every day. This should be beneficial to the economy.
Here is an excerpt from a recent Washington Post article:
Economists said Bush was claiming credit where little is due. The economy has grown and tax receipts have risen at historic rates over the past two years, but the Bush tax cuts played a small role in that process, they said, and cost the Treasury more in lost taxes than it gained from the resulting economic stimulus.
Posted by: voice of reason at October 25, 2006 02:25 PM