So far George
W. Bush has argued that his $1.6 trillion tax cut is desperately needed to make sure the cows come home. Of course, if they do
come home then it's even more important to pass the tax cut to keep
them home. And if the cows do
come home, but then stay home too long, then there's no better way to get them to leave then to pass the tax cut, which should get them on their way.
Or something like that.
Call this Talking Points' poetic attempt to make sense of George W. Bush's multiple, moronic, and persistently contradictory explanations for why we need his $1.6 trillion tax cut.
So is Bush happy that the today's new unemployment numbers (holding steady at 4%) point toward the likelihood of a soft and not a hard landing? And does this mean his tax cut is more or less necessary?
Lemme guess ...