Thursday, January 24, 2008

Garrett on Stimulus Pt. II

Representative Scott Garrett is always talking about putting more money back in the family budget. However, when presented with the bi-partisan stimulus package going around Washington he responds like this to Herb Jackson of the Record:
Garrett said he would vote against any stimulus plan that included rebates and no business tax cuts because taxpayers would use too little of the rebate money on spending to make a real long-term difference in the economy.

I suppose Garrett constantly stating his primary goal in Washington only goes as far as how he'd like us to spend it when it comes to getting us our money back.

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