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From: "Danny H."
Subject: Re: High Tech economy in the US
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 19:58:23 -0000
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Okay, lets look at the two sides. Dubya wants to give tax breaks for rich
people (people forget that rich people also includes the people who own the
large companies) as well as tax breaks for the poor/middle class in the
long run. Democrats just want to give money to the poor people...just how
the hell is this going to fix the economy? a short term buying spree sure,
but what about after that? You think these poor people are just going to
save their money (generally even a worse idea as the idea is to promote new
spending not keep more in your pocket).
I just never understood the idology. Demos love to do what looks and sounds
good right NOW and never thinks down the road. I also love the people who
point at bush and blame him for the economy going south which started before
he was elected. I just see the republicans agenda being more long term and
more thought out then the demos narrow-minded impatient fantasies that it
will all work out in the end.
> Dubya is going to solve our problems though by giving money to people who
> invest. These are the same people that can borrow money for nothing now,
> still don't invest. Why don't they just give us money to start companies
> make crazy things. Oh wait a minute, we did that last decade, humm maybe
> is why these rich people won't invest. Go figure.
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