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|Subject: Re: The Fiscal Cliff-Solving the wrong problem||Date: 11/14/2012 1:49 PM|
|Author: 99lashes||Number: 408494 of 478175|
No I did not see that one, but one I did see one (somewhere) which made reference that you would be happy with letting the Tax cuts expire and be happy with that as a start.
I mistakenly thought you were only talking about the 42 billion to be "saved" on the rich, but the by far bigger savings is from the lower/middle tax cuts that would also expire of some 288 billion.
You were logical, fair and correct and I did not see that.
Please let Rev Bill know that I managed to pull that out of my own, copious opening. Now I have to go wash myself....
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