Originally Posted by KC Dan
No, that was a question during the republican primary debates. They were offered only something close to 2.5-3.0:1 cuts to taxes. And, as always the spinless politicians had most of the cuts on the backend 6-10 years out while the taxes went into effect immediately. That is the problem, the cuts never happen. Their reelections depend on that fact alone
Plus, every time there is a tax increase they spend more money. That's the problem. These politicians have it good in their lives but they're really all just bottom feeders that look well off.
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