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Should the Bush tax cuts be extended in order to avoid the so called fiscal clif

  1. jgall34 profile image70
    jgall34posted 5 years ago

    Should the Bush tax cuts be extended in order to avoid the so called fiscal cliff?

    The end of this year the Bush tax cuts are set to expire as well as some spending programs.  This excess stimulus may jeopardize the economy and worsen the recession.


  2. Attikos profile image80
    Attikosposted 5 years ago

    Even the economic ignorami in the administration have begun to see they must be, though given the class warfare themes of the demwits this campaign season  the senate and white house may refuse to act until after the election.

  3. skgrao profile image72
    skgraoposted 5 years ago

    All the Company's in USA's money kept in foreign banks and shifting manufacturing electronic and electric goods from CHINA to USA and the good old famous word of the great nation " Made in USA " and tax cut to company's who print "MADE IN USA" will be more appropriate than just prolonging a selfish policy of trying to RULE THE WORLD rather than trying to RULE its own country.

  4. Dennis AuBuchon profile image83
    Dennis AuBuchonposted 5 years ago

    The Bush tax cuts should be extended.  Increasing taxes in the economic environment we are currently in would hinder our economic recovery.  Part of the problems with the situation with the tax cuts leading to uncertainty in whether they will be extended.  Companies will not hire or expend funds not knowing what their expenses will be in the future whether it is next year or subsequent years.