On Budget undergoes crushing changes while you slept
uhtred it is obvious your accounting skills are on par with your other positions, lacking ability. I agree that you "think" a tax cut is an addition to the debt, but that in no way makes it correct. Your simplistic view thinks a rate cut also means a reduction in total receipts. It is clear your accounting model ignores growth or increased profits. The economy is not tied to static rates. The same accounting model, of yours, fails when rates increase and the economy stumbles; the static model ignores these variables. Your zero-sum view reminds of your other talents. I wonder how your leftist accounting formula could grasp how reducing prices for products, the same as cutting taxes, can also result in increased volume creating higher sales volume and gross profits...never mind beyond your ability to grasp.
On Walker, Republican leaders stand by voucher deal
Yes reading the mission statements from religious hospitals says exactly what you....oh wait, no they don't. Big surprise.
On Evidence suggests voucher expansion won’t lift education
whythink when was the last time you taught a conservative view as positive and a liberal view as negative to your students.
Another strawman diversion, "there's nothing 'socialist' about being anti-voucher", and not one person claimed that it was.
Interesting how the socialist's love the idea of compulsory tax payer funded education, but only at a government run location; regardless of their success. But when it would cost less to educate a student at another location, not government run, the current meme is that is welfare and it needs to be for BETTER results. The first meme, welfare, is clearly a strawman to distract from the failures of the current system while trying to provoke others. Since meeting the education requirement, is part of law, meeting this ONLY through a government program that is run by labor unions at the federal, state, and local level shows the real reason the left has issues with current debate. To address the other meme, results, I wonder where those on the left have been for decades. When people question results of public schools the deflection from the left is "why do you hate teachers". The RE-action from those on the left have been very transparent. These are the same group that complains enough money is never spent on education, regardless of results. These are the same people who complain when measurements are suggested to gauge results from government schools, yet they claim measurements from alternative schools show no difference; hmmm, so are measurements needed or not. Clearly they have taken these views based on political views and not what is best for the students.
uhtred your current tap dance to meet your argument must make you tired.
uhtred you ignorantly attribute a tax cut as an addition to the debt. The ONLY way this can be true is if all money belonged to the government first. If you want to claim spending under the bush admin added to the debt you would be correct, just like every other administration during the last century. As I stated spending has been the problem, not tax rates or collection.
joey, you toss around more false information, "...socialists like you, who live on government payments". Not only are you ignorant of my financial condition you are also ignorant of the meaning of socialism, the very thing you have wrapped your political perspective around, mixed in with dashes of statism and fascism. Still waiting for any proof to your wild "claims". By the way little joey, "vouchers/tax credits for private schools constitute a form of welfare" is a leftist opinion not a fact.
"...successful hallmark of American income taxation for generations, and that principle has been supported by both major parties."-Successful? Did you miss the part where our debt has risen beyond the size of our economy using that process? When it was created or by whom in no way changes the outcome...
Joe did you read the article? You stated, ..."for the proof you seek, read the article. It's all about right-wing extremists who want welfare payments to send their kids to parochial schools." Yet the article never mentions welfare or even parochial... I guess this is just another example from the do as I say not as I do group of the left.
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