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Monday, January 05, 2009


Beyond all recognition.

So much for the chance that the Oborg term will be anything more than a ball of funky confusion until Jebbie gets $elected in 2012.

WASHINGTON -- President-elect Barack Obama and congressional Democrats are crafting a plan to offer about $300 billion of tax cuts to individuals and businesses, a move aimed at attracting Republican support for an economic-stimulus package and prodding companies to create jobs.

The size of the proposed tax cuts -- which would account for about 40% of a stimulus package that could reach $775 billion over two years -- is greater than many on both sides of the aisle in Congress had anticipated. It may make it easier to win over Republicans who have stressed that any initiative should rely more heavily on tax cuts rather than spending.

The Obama tax-cut proposals, if enacted, could pack more punch in two years than either of President George W. Bush's tax cuts did in their first two years. Mr. Bush's 10-year, $1.35 trillion tax cut of 2001, considered the largest in history, contained $174 billion of cuts during its first two full years, according to Congress's Joint Committee on Taxation. The second-largest tax cut -- the 10-year, $350 billion package engineered by Mr. Bush in 2003 -- contained $231 billion in 2004 and 2005...

Expanding wars, forgetting about rescinding the Bu$hCo tax cuts on the top 5% incomes, no re-regulation of banks and securities, no prosecution for Bu$hCo-Cheneyburton, Faith-based everything.

Bubbles, anyone?

The more things Change, the more they stay the strange.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You see it clearly. I know you're not surprised, as I am not surprised. Anyone with a brain and who is not a die-hard Democrat knew who Obama was long ago. He has not changed. Everyone thinks he has the plan to solve our nation's problems. In truth, he has nothing. He will serve as President as he served in Congress. Let's just say that a whole lot of progressives are going to be very dissapointed. But hey, he'll be better than McCain would have been. Lesser of two evils indeed.