Super Committee Democrats’ New Economic Plan: More Stimulus and Raising Taxes

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Democrats these days are like a one-trick pony. The left side of the Super Committee has a new economic plan, which is the same as the old economic plan they keep trying to foist upon us.

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Democrats on the congressional supercommittee this week presented Republicans with a plan to cut the deficit that included billions of dollars in stimulus spending, aides told The Hill.

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In a private meeting of the deficit panel Tuesday, Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, presented a proposal backed by a majority of Democrats on the panel that includes trillions of dollars in tax increases. The revenue would partially cover stimulus spending for the economy, aides said.

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More than 50 percent of the deficit reduction in the plan would come from tax increases, one source said. (Read More)

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I’m assuming none of those health care cuts involve their beloved $1 trillion Obamacare.

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But then again, it’s all about politics. They’ve admitted that.

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Democratic aides, meanwhile, privately expressed little hope that a big deal is possible. They said Senate Democrats might be setting the stage to paint themselves as good-faith negotiators and to lay blame for the failure to reach agreement at the feet of Republicans.

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National Review Online has more.