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Friday, May 30, 2003

On the Tax Cut


There's something that quite a few conservatives of my acquaintance have been puzzled about: why does the child tax credit not include those in the over-$20,000 (and therefore taxpaying) but under-$40,000 bracket? (of course it wouldn't include those under $20,000, as you can't get a refund of what you've never paid.) It can't be that huge an amount, compared to everything else; and those people will be spending that money as much on kid stuff as the higher-earners; so why not? The main answer you'll hear from liberals is that conservatives are mean ugly hook-nosed people just dying to make poor people poorer out of the deep-down sadism of their hearts, but I kind of doubt that's the actual reason. I can't for the life of me think of a plausible one, however. Anyone?

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