Friday, February 10, 2006

Solving the Burgeoning Deficit Problem

So, do you trust a man who says this:
You know, you hear people in Washington, D.C. saying, well, we've got to solve the deficit, and the best way to do it is raise the people's taxes. We understand that's not the way Washington works. What happens is, they'll raise your taxes and figure out new ways to spend your money. The best way to reduce the deficit is to keep pro-growth policies in place and be wise with the taxpayers' money. (Applause.)
And then works to both cut taxes and make government bigger like this?
Recognizing this, the President's recently submitted budget would create a new Dynamic Analysis Division within the Treasury Department to analyze major tax proposals. The evidence is in, it's time for everyone to admit that sensible tax cuts increase economic growth, and add to the federal treasury. (Applause.)
Hypocrisy in action.

5 comments:

Cat said...

Wow, nice post. VERY thought-provoking. Thank goodness I never put much trust in politicians!

Kvatch said...

No doubt Bu$hCo will deal with this new Dynamic Analysis Devision the same way it deals with all scientits: Spend money, and when they contradict the administration's party line, censore them and substitute more unsubstantiated conclusions.

Kvatch said...

Egad, that should have been "scientists". Though that particular slip might be somewhat appropriate considering Bu$hCo shenanigans. :-)

enigma4ever said...

oh no a smart person who thinks and does math...look out that will get you on a List....

( seriously good stuff...keep blogging it)

Neil Shakespeare said...

Shit-for-brains in full flight mode, sans codpiece.