Skip to comments.The Democratic Party's War Against Promotions
Posted on 12/23/2011 5:20:47 PM PST by jfd1776
The December 2011 battle in Washington, D.C. -- a battle over continuing a Social Security tax-cut for another year, or even another two months -- demonstrates the differences between the parties in stark detail, both in terms of campaign methods and economic ideology. Most commentators have focused on the campaign methods: brilliant, isn't it, how the Democrats have turned the tables on the GOP, making it look like the GOP is fighting a tax cut? Pundits laugh at the "tax cut party" being put in the position of opposing a tax cut that all workers' pay, while simultaneously opposing the tax increases on "the rich" that the Democrats are also (constantly) championing...
Most telling about this battle, however, is the difference in economic visions between the two parties.
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/12/the_democratic_partys_war_against_promotions.html
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What kills me about all this “Tax Cut” BS is that LAST YEAR it was called the Bush Tax Cuts and the Democrat party was totally against extending it. Now, they want it and don’t have a way to pay for it. Absolute BS.
The maddening part of this process is that the 'Rats have brainwashed their victims into accepting that the victms are the villains!
Tax cuts don't have to be paid for, tax increases do. It's not the governments money!
And never mentioned is what? That if the moron politicians didn't keep spending money they don't have, constant tax increases would not be necessary.
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