Sunday, March 20, 2005

Germany's Schroeder Pushes Tax Cuts

One of the socialist European countries that the leftists and dems here ar so infatuated with, is looking to cutting taxes as a solution to their economic woes. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, faced with an ailing economy and unemployment at 12.6%, is ooking to the Bush model to resusitate the German economy. Looks like Schroeder has not been listening to the dems in this country.

The tax cut proposal flies in the face of advice from liberals around the world, including Democrats in America. Last week, for instance, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton complained to Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan that the Bush tax cuts had caused the U.S. deficit to explode.
Of course, Hilary never did see a tax cut she liked. Read the rest of this short article. - Sailor

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