Bush economy continues to rise

by on December 18th, 2003

Since first closing over 10,000 one week ago today, the Dow Jones Industrial now sits at 10,248, with a clear upward trend since March of this year.

But for some reason, Howard Dean can only see bad in the tax cuts that have rescued us from a recession beginning under Clinton’s second term.

Dean also criticized what he called the “Bush Tax” — the price ordinary Americans pay for Bush’s tax cuts through higher national deficits, higher state and local taxes and reduced services.

I’ll venture a guess that Americans would rather have a better economy at the cost of temporary deficits than no better economy at all. Just a hunch.

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