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February 14, 2012


Just Wait Until After the Election

First Read: "While the president's budget is unlikely to become close to the blueprint this Congress adopts for 2013, do realize that because of this election year and the leverage BOTH parties THINK they could have in November, the future of the Bush-era tax cuts (which Obama extended once) probably won't be dealt with by Washington's leaders until that six-week period between Election Day and the New Year. So for those thinking the election itself will bring some rest for the weary... think again. Bush isn't on the ballot in November, but the future of his tax legacy is."












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