Which is why Trump won, better economics.
Michael Parker

OK, when you can find a period in our history when lower taxes dramatically increased revenue without any unrelated factors in play, your argument may have merit.

Until then, claiming that cutting taxes on the rich will create jobs for everyone and a booming economy is just like Lucy promising that she won’t yank the football away. We’ve heard this song and dance before, and all it’s gotten us is deeper in debt.

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