Do GOP Manipulations Have Mo?
points to this article in the Washington Post
The Bush administration yesterday released a highly selective analysis of the cost to families of rolling back scheduled tax cuts
[...]Peter R. Orszag, a senior fellow in economics at the Brookings Institution, said the document "gives a misleading impression of the overall effect of the tax cuts." Just 27 million of the nation's roughly 140 million households consist of married couples with children, he said. Brookings figures show that under the most recent law, 81 percent of households would save $1,000 or less.
Bush lies, plain and simple. WMD -- lies, taxes -- lies, No Child Left Behind -- empty promises -- I can't wait until to see how he sabotages the new prescription drug benefit.