June 29, 2006 02:21 PM | | Bookmark and Share

Despite the fact that tax breaks enacted since 2001 are responsible for almost half of the U.S. federal budget deficit, President Bush and Republican leaders in Congress claim that they need new budget rules that will encourage deep cuts in federal programs — but mandate no changes in tax policy — in order to get deficits under control.

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