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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Taxes and Tuesday's Election

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So the Republicans control half of congress but not the Senate nor the WH. And most vulnerable Dems have been ousted and the ones who are left must feel pretty secure. If this tide did not sweep them away, what will? Precisely how does that translate into their ideas now getting into law? Unless the Dems just roll over and play ball but what incentive do they have to do that now? Gridlock and gridlock means higher taxes.

Posted by: George W | Nov 3, 2010 11:54:03 AM