You don't even have to read between the lines on this interview. This is Reaganomics on steroids.
It's really very simple...
The former Republican N.Y. Senator has a huge problem with raising taxes on the people who can afford it, because it's sound economic policy.
During his New Rules segment this Friday evening, Bill Maher wrapped things up by taking both Bob Dole and President Obama to task for their praise of the one who shall never be spoken badly about in Republican circles, St. Ronnie Reagan.
Whether it's the bronze bull encountered by those occupying Wall Street, the fixation with a Chris Christie presidency not to be, or the ex post facto transformation of Ronald Reagan into Kratos by middle-aged Republican Congresspersons who
President Reagan, in his fifth address about the budget, talks about his Tax proposals and Government spending, given on July 26th, 1981.
Tim Pawlenty unveiled his budget proposal today and as MSNBC's Cenk Uygur pointed out here, "it's got a lot of rainbows and unicorns" and is little more than already discredited Voodoo economics and more tax cuts for giant corporations. The
On this day in 1981, President Reagan addressed a joint session of Congress, appearing in public for the first time since his assassination attempt. In this address he outlines his proposal for the economy. Oh.
Ah, the return of voodoo economics! Steve Benen points out that, in addition to a new House rule that requires spending cuts in place of any new or expanded programs (a rule that doesn't apply to tax cuts, of course), there's another time bomb
Rachel Maddow did an absolutely wonderful job dismantling the Republican talking points that Ronald Reagan's "Voodoo Economics" or "trickle-down economics" worked, pointing out how the Republicans who keep coming on the air claiming that tax
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