I agree completely, but I don't see any indication of a tax cut being considered here. The choice on the table is having a "rainy day fund" or not having one.
Yours in liberty,
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In a message dated 8/15/2003 12:26:52 AM Pacific Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
The best way to handle
>surpluses is to returm the money to taxpayers.
Actually, i think best way is reduce tax rates, so there is no surplus, or only tiny surplus.
Next time the pols have shortfall of $, they wd have to cut spending, or justify a "tax increase" to the taxpayer.
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