As a result, Congressmen were as insulated from political pressures as they could ever expect to be.Nevertheless, they still chose political expediency over sound policy.24 in A Minor April 11th, 2016: Fantasia on a 17th Century Tune April 4th, 2016: Hark The Sound/I'm a Tarheel Born March 28th, 2016: Rustle of Spring March 21st, 2016: 'Ode to Joy' sung by a 10,000-voice choir March 14th, 2016: Hard Times Come Again No More March 7th, 2016: 'The Suite' from Downton Abbey February 29th, 2016: Moonlight Sonata February 22nd, 2016: Liebestraum No.Grandpas: hold our tiny hands for just a little while, but our hearts forever.Instead, after months of political posturing and hand wringing, the Federal Government has just delivered the exact opposite, a deal that increases spending and decreases taxes.
They will continue to ignore our fiscal problems until a currency crisis forces their hand.
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While many economists are cautioning that higher taxes on the wealthy will take a bite out of spending, in my opinion it is more likely to result in lower business investment, which is far more detrimental to the economy.
When faced with diminishing discretionary income, most rich people would sooner cut back on savings and investment than they would on health care, education, home improvements and vacations.