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EarlyOne Member Level  Thursday, 03/01/12 05:43:26 AM
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You have to love the way they (MSM) always say tax cuts will "cost". NO, tax cuts give money back to "the people" who pay taxes. And while we are on the subject of "spin numbers", they always make it sound like an astronomic number. That is $3.4T over 10 years! Only $340B per year, if the world survives another 10 years. Unfortunately, no one controls what the government will do over the next 10 years. It is all fabrication.

New Romney tax cuts would cost $3.4 trillion
By Charles Riley@CNNMoneyFebruary 29, 2012: 7:25 PM ET

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