Friday, March 04, 2005

Reality-based taxation policy needed.

It's probably wishful thinking to suggest that Grover Norquist is toast, but it is nice to see Republican governors struggling with the reality of mindless tax cutting. At the federal level, we haven't reached the reality-based limits yet to the GOP's policy of buying elections by cutting taxes and borrowing to cover the difference, but in states where you can't do this, voters actually like things like roads and schools. Now, if some Democrats could figure out how to run on this.

I wish I could run my house like Republicans run the country: as long as I have blank checks in my checkbook, I can spend spend spend.

My whole family would think I'm the best! Of course, someday, someone (a Democrat) will have to balance the books.
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