I guess if you could introduce to me to all these moderate Democratic congressmen and senators who will vote to end the corporate income tax cold but won’t back personal retirement accounts without some kind of populist fig leaf, I might find your strategy more persuasive. In any event, I’ll just note the following irony before bowing out of this exchange: You are already spending the money corporations are going to save from the abolition of the corporate income tax and you are a hardnosed political realist. Yet when I question this, I am an ivory tower ideologue. Hmm.
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