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- n. a program for setting taxes
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We can't afford to settle for a Washington where our energy policy, and our health care policy, and our tax policy is sold to the highest-bidding lobbyist.
They continue to push a failed deficit creating tax policy and corporate giveaways -- which are actually stimulus programs for the rich and corporations -- while threatening to cut programs for 98% of the nation's citizens; cuts that will cause greater unemployment, increase the strain on American families and an already stretched economy, and cause a depression-esque collapse.
At present, the main outlier in implementing this kind of tax policy is the United Statesand, in fact, because we tax high incomes at a low rate, that puts pressure on other countries to do so as well, so that their mega-corporations can compete for the talents of Alison and her ilk.