Sunsetting tax cuts is a godd idea

Discussion in 'Politics' started by AAAintheBeltway, May 22, 2003.

  1. Initially I thought the idea of sunsetting the tax cuts after a few years so they could meet an arbitrary "revenue cost" number was ridiculous and self-defeating. Now I have a different idea. The '04 elections can be fought on the basis of extending or ending these tax cuts. Let's get a congress that is either down with tax cuts or is deadset against them. Polling seems to iundicate that voters are not that obsessive about tax cuts, but I've noticed that cutting taxes is usually a winning plarform.

    Let's settle this for once and for all.
  2. TGregg


    All laws should be sunset after a year. That way Congress spends all it's freaken time repassing laws and they have no time to fuxor things up more.