Studies challenge wisdom of GOP candidates’ plans

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    Studies challenge wisdom of GOP candidates’ plans - The Washington Post



    The rest of the link in very informative and backed by facts, the kryptonite of right wing ideology.


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    RIP rightwing talking points.
     
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    With over $2 trillion in cash laying around, more tax cuts will not do anything to increase investment. The problem is demand, plain and simple. More tax breaks for the rich are not going to create more demand.

    Those on the right will explain to us how the Bush tax cuts helped to create millions of jobs, but the fact is that what the Bush tax cuts did was to help create the housing bubble, which is what kept demand high. As people were borrowing against the ever increasing value of their homes, it did create more demand for goods and services. Problem is that the bubble burst and so did demand. We really need to look for some different and more effective solutions. The simpleton answer to cut taxes and everything will be fine is not cutting it.
     
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    So true according to the link:


    Government regulation has been good to businesses, they're best friends.

     

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