Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Sounds wacky to me.

"Let's cut income taxes by 10 percent and finance it with a 50-cent-per-gallon hike in the gasoline tax … Cutting income taxes while increasing gasoline taxes would lead to more rapid economic growth, less traffic congestion, safer roads, and reduced risk of global warming -- all without jeopardizing long-term fiscal solvency. This may be the closest thing to a free lunch that economics has to offer."

John Kerry? Nope, Bush economic advisor Gregory Mankiw.

Guess wacky is who wacky hires...

(tip of the Upper Left oil patch gimme cap to War Room '04)


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