Tax and Spend BS
Don Luskin makes a great point about the ridiculous arguments coming from those in Congress who are against tax cuts:
What galls me the most about these spending bills is that, at first, the "moderates" and the "centrists" said we couldn't possilbly cut taxes because we aren't cutting spending. So now they are cutting spending, and now they say they can't cut taxes because they did cut spending. Can't cut taxes "for the rich" when we cut spending "for the poor." Hey guys -- spending is always for the poor. And taxes are always for the rich. So why don't you just forget all the spending rationales and just say we can never cut taxes, and be done with it?