Thursday, August 11, 2005


There are many reasons to criticize the transportation bill that President Bush signed yesterday, such as Bush's decision to sign it represents a blatant flip-flop, or that it's Exhibit Z that Bush has no interest in making government smaller, only in making sure that those in his tax bracket don't have to pay for it, or that it's loaded with more pork than Jonah Goldberg's third and fourth plates at the Old Country Buffet. What bothers me most, however, is that regardless of such massive infusions of government money into the economy of which this bill is only the latest example, the Supply Side Zombies will continue to insist that any economic growth is attributable cuts.

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