Buttle's World

16 July, 2009

A Reckless Congress

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 19:21

The WSJ on one of the greatest raids on private income in American history.

The article recites an astonishing list of tax increases and concludes:

We could go on, and we will in coming days. But the most remarkable quality of this health-care exercise is its reckless disregard for economic and fiscal reality. With the economy still far from a healthy recovery, and the federal fisc already nearly $2 trillion in deficit, Democrats want to ram through one of the greatest raids on private income and business in American history. The world is looking on, agog, and wondering why the United States seems intent on jumping off this cliff.

Hammer your representatives with the message that we do not want to be driven off that cliff. It would mean the end of the American experiment.

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