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What makes someone a “Conservative” Economist?

Does someone calling themselves a Conservative Economist make them a Conservative Economist?

No.

Does someone calling someone else a Conservative Economist make them a Conservative Economist?

No.

Does someone believing they are a Conservative Economist make them a Conservative Economist?

No.

Does someone believing someone else is a Conservative Economsit make them a Conservative Economist?

No.

What makes someone a Conservative Economist is whether they believe in Conservative fiscal principals such as limited government, personal liberty and lower taxes.

Tax cuts work every time they are tried!

Mr. Stein is dead wrong.  Reagan lowered rates from 70% to 28% and in 8 years from 1981-1989 revenues to the federal reserve doubled from $500 billion to $1 Trillion and also resulted in the greatest job creation boom in human history.

Tax us out of this hole??  You could not even confiscate enough money to begin to put a dent in the current deficit.  And you’d only get to confiscate all of one’s goods one time.

Regardless of what Mr. Stein once was or was once believed to be, he has abandoned the bearings and moorings of fiscal Conservatism with the above statement.

Let Bill Whittle, The Iowa Hawk, explain why.

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Tax Cuts Work Every Time They Are Tried: Exhibit A – Ronaldus Magnus

Tax Cuts Work Every Time They Are Tried: Exhibit B – Ohio Governor, John Kasich

Tax Cuts Work Every Time They Are Tried: Exhibit C – Wisconsin Governor, Scott Walker

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