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"The fiscal trends for 2013 are mixed, but negative overall. While state and local government cutbacks in spending and employment are ending as the recovery boosts their tax revenues, the fiscal drag at the federal level is strengthening."

Laura Tyson, a former chair of the US President's Council of Economic Advisers, discusses why the U.S. needs a new plan for faster growth.
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get rid of obama and thugs, America will grow again.
I would like to hear thoughtful comments on how to fix the economy.  For example: "priming the pump" , reducing spending, etc. 
Pass The FairTax. It would immediately out $300 to $500 billion a year stimulus into the economy.

+Robert Soyars you're wrong. Just because you don't understand something doesn't mean simplifying it will improve it. You don't understand economics. 
+Eric Walker I understand much more than you foolishly assume.
We currently spend that number I mentioned earlier every year just to comply with the current tax code. That is just plain wasted.

Have you even read about the Fair Tax? Most likely you haven't, which would explain your attack on me and not the substance of my post.
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