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July 30, 2008 05:18 PM UTC

The Morning News - Wednesday July 30

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  • by: Aristotle

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UPDATE: Added stories about EPA and Highways

Read my lips carefully – McCain may or may not consider raising Social Security taxes, depending on what mood you catch him in

ExtendedFed’s emergency loans to Wall Street

Grudgingly – Bush signs mortgage relief bill

A “blow to the Senate” – One opinion on the Stevens indictment

One more reason why the Bush era can’t end quick enough – Senate Dems call for EPA chief’s resignation for agency’s legal violations

Robbing Peter to pay for the roads – Reduced driving leads to reduced gas tax revenues; some want to raid mass transit funding to make up difference

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2 thoughts on “The Morning News – Wednesday July 30

  1. when Alaska loses Stevens (and Young).  The federal funds received to federal taxes paid ratio has been egregiously in Alaska’s favor for way too long.  In the highway bill alone Alaska get $5 in federal highway funds for every $1 they pay in the federal fuel tax.

  2. The only tax McCain talks about raising is the one that  most disproportionately impacts middle and lower income Americans, once again leaving the people at the top virtually untouched.  Once again McCain shows his enthusiasm for throwing working Americans as well as the vets he has consistently voted against, under the bus while making the care and feeding of the mega-rich his highest priority. The same old trickle down philosophy with crap as the only thing doing the trickling.  

    How Republicans manage to get people to not notice that their income to cost of living ratio plummets while the national debt sky rockets under Republican administrations while the opposite is true under Dems is a mystery.  Chalk it up to extremely low information voters, I guess.

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