Romney: Democrats Stimulate Government, Not Economy

Friday, February 6, 2009

I introduced the concept to radical liberals and got responses like, "More bumpersticker slogans from America's best know used car salesman."

While the Democrats kick back for three days at the plush Kingsmill spa retreat, letting the taxpayer pick up the $100,000 bill of course, Romney gave this advice on CNN for stimulating the economy.

  • "...permanent tax cuts should be the centerpiece of the economic stimulus."

  • "...any new spending must be strictly limited to... legitimate government priorities that would have been carried out in the future anyway."

  • "What's needed are permanent rate cuts on individuals and businesses."

  • "As soon as this economy recovers, we have to regain control over the federal budget, and above all, over entitlement spending for programs such as Social Security and Medicare."

  • "...send a clear signal that there will be no tax increases on investment and capital gains."

  • "...exercise restraint in the size of the stimulus package."

[image on gatewaypundit by kingsmill]


I love this post! Thanks for the info. I'm glad there are still voices of sanity out there. Thanks Romney!!! and thanks to all the conservative bloggers too! :) America would have been better off taking his candidacy for President more seriously. What part of cutting spending and taxes and exercising restraint in the size of the stimulus doesn't Obama and his Congress friends get? Romney gets it, and so do a lot of other Americans...

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