Cut Taxes and $1.00 = $1.02....Unemployment check and $1.00 = $1.61

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  1. rdean

    rdean Guest

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    It is also important that policymakers provide emergency benefits to those who will lose their jobs this year. No form of the fiscal stimulus has proved more effective during the past two years than emergency UI benefits, providing a bang for the buck of 1.61—that is, for every $1 in UI benefits, GDP one year later is increased by an estimated $1.61 (see Table 1).viii

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    The bottom line - cutting taxes for the rich won't help the economy.
  2. Neubarth

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    As soon as we cut the debt, then we can cut taxes across the board. Obama is effectively raising taxes, and that ain't right.
  3. rdean

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    Bush started two wars that cost 3 trillion.

    Bush and the Republicans passed a tax cut of 2.4 trillion.

    That doesn't mean the wars cost 0.6 trillion.

    That means Bush and the Republicans dug of hole worth 5.4 trillion.

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