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July 16, 2006


I saw this in the Times this morning. What is missing from the chart is information on critical programs that help the poor, the needy, provide education, and healthcare. It doesn't tell the story of the discrepancy between the poor and the wealthy. It will take time for the damage that Bush and his friends have done to the US (that would be all of us!)

TCS Daily had a good recent column on this topic. The gist is that the CBOs 2001 predictions weren't actually far off. The change has not been in the economy, but in the spending and revenue factors. Which would seem to support your point.

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