Watching you to go back and forth it would be illustrative to the rest of us to compare if you two want to do that. I for one would enjoy it.
My problem with it Prof is that in ryans plan the rich and corporations get pleasure everyone else takes the pain of debt reduction
Take out the 26% tax cut for the highest income bracket and corporations and still get rid of deductions for them..and I believe the plan can pass...its quite obvious that ryan and the teaparty are trying to pull a fast one and give the bigshots another big tax DECREASE at the middle class expense.
There is no sharing the pain in Ryans plan...its all SS Medicare and Medicaid recipients...
Moratorium on ALL foriegn aid tell were out of debt would be nice and an assault on illegal immigration would be nice along with their assault on public workers and everyones pension and health plan....
The teaparty and its supporters need to realize just how many middle class republicans there are...the gop cant afford to lose to many of them.
As usual, you completely ignore history. Taxes for the wealthy are the lowest they have been in over half a century. Our debt problems began when the taxes for the wealthy were slashed and will only begin to be addressed when the wealthy begin paying their fair share again.
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Treat the earth well: it was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children. We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our Children. ~ Ancient American Indian Proverb
Not so sure about that. Even with a trillion dollars in revenue reduction from the tax cuts, the projected decline in debt even after Clinton's accounting fraud would have left us on a pretty solid financial footing. What really screwed us over was Iraq. Not to mention Bush's runaway socialist medicare drug bill. The one his adminstration blackmailed the FDA into lying to the public about the costs of .Taxes for the wealthy are the lowest they have been in over half a century. Our debt problems began when the taxes for the wealthy were slashed and will only begin to be addressed when the wealth begin paying their fair share again.
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