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February 03, 2004

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NonPundit


So Krugman was wrong when he said that the figure was "more than half" when it was actually just 45%?

Bush continues to plunder this country's economic resources, and pundits like you are quibbling over a few percentage points. That's the truth here. Wake UP.

TM

Krugman was wrong when he focussed on tax cuts and tax evasion without mentioning either the recession or the stock market bubble.

I should add that many regular readers are still fuming over my earlier post, "The House of Smoke and Mirrors", but thanks for stopping by.

http://justoneminute.typepad.com/main/2004/01/the_house_of_sm.html

Crank

That "probably" is a priceless example of a non-correction correction. Translation: I was making stuff up, but I still believe what I made up.

Cecil Turner

Bush continues to plunder this country's economic resources, and pundits like you are quibbling over a few percentage points.

Actually, the only "economic resource" that matters is the economy--and it was left in a bursting-bubble recession by the last administration. The first order of business was to turn that around. In hindsight, the Administration was clearly correct that the tax cuts would stimulate the economy, and the critics were wrong.

For all the wailing about deficits, the only alternative plans are to raise taxes and spend more on social programs. We really don't need studies to see where that would lead, all we have to do is look at Europe.

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