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Fiscal Policy in The US Real plans for real people This was the coined theme for the Bush campaign back in September As far as I can see with his tax cut plan in doesnt involve real people It may just depend on your definition of the term but the real people of America are the middle class hard working families Bushs tax plan is now said to be 16 trillion over a ten year period of time Most of this money will go to the upper brackets the better off Granted they do pay the most money but then when you think about it why do they need the cut Can they not afford to pay their taxes In this economic time of a feared recession our government should be doing everything in their power to avoid this situation Having a prolonged tax cut does nothing to help the economy now By the time the money is given back we and more than likely to have already succeeded this economic down low The economist will tell you the in order to dodge this the money must be given back now If the money is given back earlier there is a better chance of people spending it and stimulating economic activity When looked at by this point of view I most definitely agree with Laura DAndrea Tyson when she said Bush wants a large tax cut for political reasons not economic ones When Robert J Barro discuses how he thinks the tax cut will stimulate investment and growth increase incentives to work and save and lower the amount of money Congress can spend I find myself disagreeing with him As said earlier Bushs tax cut will do very little if anything to help stimulate growth Ten years is a very long time As for increasing the incentive to work and save I find it hard to want to save my money when they take
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