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Finally, the GOP believes in fiscal stimulus — right when we don't need it

First, the GOP-controlled Congress gave us deep tax cuts — $1.5 trillion over 10 years. Now they’re dishing out big spending increases (and more tax cuts) totaling roughly $500 billion, most of it over the coming two years. You’d think we were in a deep recession, instead of riding an eight-year...
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