Why are Repubs still attempting to enact failed policies?

Tax cuts failed to create jobs. Their policies have brought us to economic failure. Is reality just too inconvenient for them?

Asked By: teeewalk - 2/6/2009
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They don't care about the real-world effects of their policies. Their policies exist for the specific purpose of ushering in a neo-sharecropper society with a permanent aristocracy and permanent uneducated, dumbed-down underclass of easily manipulable fundamentalists. It's about power, not results... More
Answered By: The Daily Elitist - 2/6/2009
Additional Answers (23)
tax cuts didn't fail.spending did! congress is like a teenager with a new credit card!
Answered By: whip - 2/6/2009
Just shut up!
Answered By: Retarded - 2/6/2009
You think this will help?
Answered By: Jabber - 2/6/2009
... or is your ideals to pumping the economy full of pork, is any more logical.
Answered By: Cesious Fox - 2/6/2009
Fish gotta swim, birds gotta fly. Republicans have to seize every opportunity to cut taxes for the rich that they can.
Answered By: Reporter X - 2/6/2009
Tax cuts and deregulation have become their religion, not to be questioned, no matter what the facts seem to support.
Answered By: geniepiper - 2/6/2009
Their Party means more to all of them than our Country.
Answered By: Lardawg - 2/6/2009
So you would suggest that a good way to stimulate job growth would be to levy additional taxes on employers?
Answered By: Iwould B. Leveleight - 2/6/2009
Support Obamunism. Join the Obamunist Party Today! That's the answer, isn't??? It's a real good bill isn't it??? Then pass the d a r n thing if it's so good!
Answered By: Agent Smith - 2/6/2009
Actually, they want the tax cuts for the middle class which is good for anyone who needs extra cash. Adding another trillion to the deficit is nothing more than a future problem that Mr. look to the future himself President Obama obviously is ignoring.
Answered By: cuzziman84 - 2/6/2009
Because those failed policies will continue to benefit them and their core constituency. Its becoming pretty obvious that most Republicans don't care about America as a whole nation, they only care about themselves and the wealthy little nooks and crannies they bury their heads in.
Answered By: - 2/6/2009
tax cuts work every time. proven fact.
Answered By: yugihc - 2/6/2009
Tax cuts pulled us out of the last recession, it pulled us out of the 80's recession... More
Answered By: Natasha b - 2/6/2009
What are these policies that they are trying to enact now? Can you name any bill with those policies?
Answered By: DC Maximus - 2/6/2009
Tax cuts work everytime their tried half-wit... More
Answered By: Buck J - 2/6/2009
Helloooo? The Democrats won. They control the Executive & Legislative branches of the government. Republicans are a minority now. They can't enact anything. You can't blame them for anything. Have fun.
Answered By: Maldavi - 2/6/2009
Apparently the Republican bozos in congress (and many who post on this site as well) are in total denial that a majority in this country has rejected their ideology. We voted to swing the pendulum into the other direction. If Republicans still want to be a part of the process they better learn how to compromise... More
Answered By: az grande - 2/6/2009
Over spending money that didn't even exist by both government and the private sector have led to the collapse of this huge legalized ponzi scheme that president Clinton signed in 1998. The Gramm Beach Bliley Act should be repealed before massive amounts of money is pumped into the economy. They should cut the capital... More
Answered By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 2/6/2009
oh yes and new hybrid cars for federal employees and new furniture is really going to create jobs isnt it?
Answered By: sunshine33 - 2/6/2009
Really... More
Answered By: Michael - 2/6/2009
This is a total falsehood, which Obama forwarded last night in a speech to democrats... More
Answered By: ortisthetortoise - 2/6/2009
They have to push for tax cuts because they have had no new ideas since the 1980s. Cutting taxes didn't work in the 80s for Reagan/Bush and they didn't work for Bush Jr. When you have no new ideas but you are desperate to regain power you have to keep with the same policies and hope people have bad memories.
Answered By: jmanoh - 2/6/2009
All they know is failure and they want to see this country fail.
Answered By: Texas A&M class of 89 - 2/6/2009
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