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|265/Politics 1411 The only way you can do that [decrease taxes, balance the |
budget, and increase military spending] is with mirrors, and that's what it would
take. Representative JOHN B. ANDERSON, remarks at GOP Presidential Forum,
|- Breslin, Jimmy The only way you can do that [decrease taxes, balance the |
budget, and increase military spending] is with mirrors, and thats what it would
take. - Anderson, John B. One aspect of modern life which has gone far to stifle
men is ...
|By Jack Anderson Quote Rating 75% Topics: Politics The only way you can do |
that [decrease taxes, balance the budget, and increase military spending] is with
mirrors, and that's what it would take. By John B. Anderson Quote Rating 75% ...
|The only way you can do that [decrease taxes, balance the budget, and increase |
military spending] is with mirrors, and that's what it would take. —John B.
Anderson ' § 861. Def'mition The concept of real estate securities and syndication
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|Anderson:. How; do you balance the budget, cut taxes, and increase defense |
spending at the same time? It's very simple. You do it w£tb mirrors;. And thatrs
what it would take. I don't recommend a general tax cut in 1980. Given the
situation in ...
|They claimed the economy would improve once the nation understood that the |
president was serious. ... It was Anderson, you may recall, who said that the only
way to balance the budget, cut taxes, and increase defense spending — all at the
... It is unseemly (to use a charitable word) to watch the Reagans entertain
lavishly at a time when the president is asking ... And action has been so rare in
Washington in recent years that its mere presence, no matter its direction, can
stave off ...
|He promised that he would increase military spending. He promised that he |
would cut taxes. And he promised that he'd balance the budget. John Anderson
was absolutely right when he said the only way you can do all three things is with
mirrors. ... Particularly the '81 tax bill where Reagan introduced this bill that the
Democrats made a Christmas tree bill out of. ... So, what you really had during the
Reagan years was both branches of the government, and to some extent that's
still true, ...
|Appropriations committee members soon learned that they could promote large |
projects in their districts which would greatly enhance their re-election campaigns
. Any sense of the "larger ... That way, members could tell their constituents, "I
fought for your projects, but there was nothing I could do to save them." Passed in
1984 ... P.J. O'Rourke The only wag you can decrease taxes, balance the budget,
and increase military spending is with mirrors, and thafs what it would take. —
|Ronald Reagan has long advocated a balanced budget, lower tax rates, and |
increased national defense spending. ... Last January, in an Iowa debate, John
Anderson said that the only way it could be done would be with mirrors. ...
Spending cuts would be facilitated by a citizens' task force to examine rigorously
every department and agency and make recommendations for ... who doubts that
“we can see down the road what the economic circumstances will be for the next
|De-Aging Expert "You mean you're about to invest that much,. As the first months |
of the Administration passed, the restrictive policies of the Fed started to take hold
, with the supply of ... for borrowing, and they were convinced that the proposed
three-year tax cut would produce giant budget deficits. ... This the If ~tt r\] q vf»r^
President had failed to do. ... only way Mr. Reagan was going to fulfill his
promises to cut taxes, balance the budget and increase defense spending was