Wednesday, December 18, 2002

Note to Democrats: opposing the future Bush tax cuts is not a political third rail:
Uncertainty on Bush Cure for Economy Most Americans say they believe an economic agenda focused on rebuilding schools, bridges and roads would be more effective at reviving the economy than further tax cuts, as the administration is preparing to propose. And an overwhelming majority says it would cancel the further reductions in income tax rates Bush pushed through Congress last year if the cuts would require Washington to dip into money raised for Social Security to fund other government operations, as congressional projections show.


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