In today’s New York Times former Clinton Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin endorsed a balanced approach. ” We should let the Bush high-end tax cuts expire, with an achievable, progressive reduction in tax expenditures,” writes Rubin. “And we should have spending cuts, including entitlement reforms, equally matched by revenue increases.”Here is a direct link.
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