Boeneromics - DEREGULATE, CUT TAXES

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    Boeneromics - DEREGULATE, CUT TAXES. The same old tired worn out policies that drove America into the worst recession since the Great Depression. Instead of using their brains, CONservatives are too lazy to come up with solutions, so they keep doing the same old thing over and over again expecting a different result:cuckoo:
     
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    You might want to reread history. This time ask for a new book.

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    Hmm, last I recall we deregulated and cut taxes under Reagan in the early 1980s. The result was the longest peace time expansion since WW2.
    Yeah, I'm down with that.

    I recall what happened when we increased taxes and regulation through the 1970s. We got Jimmy Carter and the Malaise speech. Looks like more of the same today.
    Jimmy O'Bama - YouTube
     
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    Bonernomics, it consists of blank pages that they wave over their heads and threaten America with.

    Can'tor utilizes it every chance he gets.
     
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    Last I heard, Boehner was for cutting the individual and corp tax rates and pay for it by closing loopholes and subsidies. That ain't really cutting taxes.

    Nothing wrong with deregulating the economy, if you do it wisely. We got too many effin' regulations as it is, and more coming under the big O.
     
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    And yet, the uneducated masses are being herded around the Tea Party Anti-American Flag against the Middle Class. Many Republicans these days should have to pass an intelligence exam before being allowed in a voting booth:confused:
     
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    Oh palease.... another "I'm smarter than you" post. You are indeed confused.
     
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    not sure if serious
     
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    Another "anyone who disagrees with me must be stupid" post.
     
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    ummm...deregulate frees up entrepreneurs to create jobs...and low taxes allows people to spend more of their money on what they want. I dont see the problem.
     

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