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Published: Tuesday, Nov. 22 2011 2:36 p.m. MST

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Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

"According to the Pew Economic Policy Group, an extension of all of the Bush tax cuts will cost $3.1 trillion over ten years, once the costs of servicing the debt are factored in."

*'Now Thats Rich - By PAUL KRUGMAN - NY Times - 08/22/10

'Whats at stake here? According to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center, making all of the Bush tax cuts permanent, as opposed to following the Obama proposal, would cost the federal government $680 billion in revenue over the next 10 years.'

KM
Cedar Hills, UT

Pagan

Your trying to tell the taxpayer that his money is not his. How can a tax cut cost money? Its our money to begin with! We have government overspending problem not an under taxation problem.
also, 680 billion is so yesterday. Your dear leader has made trillions fashionable. Catch up with the times...

David
Centerville, UT

Why is Obama trying to shore up support among Liberals, who are frustrated with him? Because he hasn't delivered the goods.

Why are Independents leaving Obama? Because he hasn't delivered the goods.

Why are Conservatives motivated to new heights to end Obama's term as president? Because his policies have failed.

Hope and change without substance and leadership. Only a few remain on the sinking ship called Obama.

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