My roving New Hampshire correspondent has provided YouTube video of Rudy Giuliani at a New Hampshire town hall meeting making the supply-side case for lower taxes.
The first video is two minutes and the second is about three minutes. For a quick flavor, come in at the 1:15 mark (it is counting down) of the second video for some Hillarity at Ms. Clinton's expense. Let's try for some links:
My overall impression is that this is a more relaxed and charismatic Rudy than people may be expecting. As to his message of lower taxes, well, fine, what New Hampshire Republican could object? I encourage the critical listener to set aside any reservations about the applicability of the Laffer curve at current federal levels and focus on the broad themes - at one point, Rudy explains that the Federal government is raising $500 billion more with the new, lower Bush tax rates than it was raising a few years ago at higher rates. Of course, one may be left wondering whether the growth in the economy could have occurred without those tax cuts and whether current federal revenues would be even higher if we were collecting at the old rates applied to the newly grown economy. But Rudy doesn't seem to be worrying about that, so I won't either. In any case, at other points he clearly talks about the importance of cutting the right taxes, so I suspect he has a reasonably firm grasp of the issues here.
MORE: Greg Mankiw on An Inconvenient Tax Cut.