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@AlkalineState: You can do better than that! Your comment is out of balance and lacks your usual humor. Perhaps the election is getting a little close for comfort?
As others have noted, no-one knows more than Romney about why the IRS coffers are not being filled as they ought to be. Now if you don’t really trust Romney to stay the course he’s promised everyone, and you want to make sure Romney is held to his promises and doesn’t get carried away by the extremists in his party such as the “tax cut ad infinitum” people; you might consider getting him to work with a moderately Democratic Congress.
If Romney follows Reagan’s ACTUAL game-plan (rather than the distorted nonsense propaganda that masquerades as “Reaganomics”),cheap jordans; Romney will:
? Reduce marginal tax rates,
? Remove deductions,
= Increase taxation “by stealth”, by “removing loopholes” (neatly skirts around that ugly Grover Norquist pledge thing, using the same political tactic that Reagan himself used to reverse course without admitting he got it wrong in the first place),
? Thereby (thus controlling revenue, making the economy run more fairly and efficiently, and controlling spending on programs that don’t boost useful economic activity sustainably), Romney will help boost the American economy.
Obama is a nice man and has done some very fine things, but has shown over the last three and a half years that he just doesn’t know how to use his influence to control unsustainable spending by Congress (Dem/Rep alike) on pork projects that add nothing to real economic growth. His pitch for another four years during the first debate was basically,
“Elect me, and I’ll implement a bunch more incalculably expensive programs with unlimited amounts of tax money/ borrowing from China.”
There’s no better candidate than Romney to fix THAT problem…
                        
   
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So the choice is yours. Whose leadership and economic medicine do you believe in? I personally think you have two good candidates to choose from. Neither is a villain. They both have basic decency. But in the current crisis, I know whose hands I would prefer at the helm…
Romney is NOT Bush III. He’s not planning to don a Santa Claus hat and start sabotaging the US economy with unsustainable tax cuts, while shutting his eyes to the consequences. (Even Bush I avoided thinking about the economy because he didn’t “enjoy” economic affairs as much as foreign policy!) Romney on the other hand, actually understands how to monitor the vital life signs of the economy! He’s the first presidential candidate for a little while to actually understand that (perhaps since Clinton,[url=http://www.needsneakers.com/]cheap jordan shoes
, though Clinton’s methods might have been different ― perhaps more to do with getting a sense of how the people are feeling, the personal, economic & political mood ― Romney would apparently be more of a numbers & analysis man but could still be effective at this).
Romney SAYS he’s going to reduce deductions at the same time as reducing marginal tax rates, and corporate rates.
Contrary to what Obama’s team have suggested, there are some MASSIVE deductions for Romney to go at, after he gets in office. On Reuters, David Cay Johnston has been detailing some of the accounting shenanigans (deductions) that corporations have been using increasingly over the last 12�13 years, to play states off against each other and evade taxation (some companies receive a tax REBATE from the IRS despite posting massive profits for their shareholders).
I wish Romney would treat us as educated people and share more of the details on a more regular basis. But if Romney is going to go after THESE types of deductions and level the economic game again between large and small businesses, if he’s going to simplify IRS returns in a revenue-neutral way by eliminating some deductions (enabling small businesses to compete more fairly with corporations that employ legions of tax-evading accountants), then I believe that would do some wonderful things for the economy and for all Americans!
After looking long & hard at the numbers from “taxpolicycenter.org”, and after reading about his handling of the economic crisis caused by his predecessors; I concluded that on the economic side of things, Obama has been papering over the cracks rather than fundamentally fixing problems he appears not to understand! The current feeble blip of economic “growth” is mainly paid-for by more borrowing from China, and a synthetic response to slight fall in oil prices over the last nine to twelve months. These things cannot be sustainable for another four years!
People say Obama faced a Republican blockade of Congress ― which is partly true ― but Republicans could not blockade or filibuster EVERYTHING when Democrats had a majority in Congress! They can’t even have it 100% their way with a Republican Congress. So it came down to priorities. Obama’s priorities? The same as he explained himself in the first debate, and the same as he has shown us throughout his presidency: MORE SPENDING (preferentially directed to Democratic Party contributors and constituencies!) We have shown in practice (to no surprise) that this does nothing good for the American economy, in the long term.
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