Originally Posted by 24champ
The Princeton Economist says it is "plausible" and Romney's tax plan doesn't raise taxes on the middle class, an erroneous claim by the Obama Campaign.
I don't know why the left always assumes that pro-growth tax reform cannot produce any economic growth. Boggles the mind.
It is feasible that pro-growth tax reform can spur economic growth if certain conditions are in place, like extremely high tax rate, suffocating regulations, lack of capital leading and other tight economic condition, but that economic environment does not in the United States. The proposed Rommel/Ryan economic policy only work in the fantasy word of Ayn Rand devotee.
It lack of solid demand that causing the slow economy, not anything else. And the best way to fix that demand issue is to ensure the middle class is employed, stable and growing.