Non-partisan report finds no stimulative effect of lower taxes for the rich. Republican response?

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    Re: Non-partisan report finds no stimulative effect of lower taxes for the rich. Republican response?

    Mr. Hungerford, a specialist in public finance who earned his economics doctorate from the University of Michigan, has contributed at least $5,000 this election cycle to a combination of Mr. Obama’s campaign, the Democratic National Committee, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

     

    im guessing that we are disagreeing on the meaning of the term "non-partisan" here.

     

     
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    Re: Non-partisan report finds no stimulative effect of lower taxes for the rich. Republican response?

    We are all partisans; its only to what degree that is up to debate.

     
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    Re: Non-partisan report finds no stimulative effect of lower taxes for the rich. Republican response?

    Doesnt matter now! Obama won and we will all pay more to the govt in January!

    Elections have consequences

     
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    Re: Non-partisan report finds no stimulative effect of lower taxes for the rich. Republican response?

    The Economy surged from 92-00 when rates on the top 2% were higher and stalled from 2000-2008 when rates were lower.  This is recent history.

    The failed GOP presidential nominee is the poster child for this argument.  Let the super rich keep more money and they open bank accounts in Swizterland and the Caymens.  Not exactly the "Job Creation" argument they like to make.

     

     

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