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The problem with all that stress, Duma, is that it was promises without substance or detail ... a perfectly fine set of goals, but without the detail, one has no idea how they are going to be accomplished. Very notable in this is the so-called tax plan. The few details we do have create either a big shortfall in revenue or a need to get the revenue from somewhere else. Merely calling it revenue neutral without explaining how that is going to be accomplished is an empty promise. If there is a plan, we need to know what it is in order to evaluate what we think of it.
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