Every time I hear an idiot socialist/Democrat use Clinton era economics as proof that we can and should increase taxes, I want to punch them in the face.
Bill Clinton was to the economy of the 90's what Barry Switzer was to the Dallas Cowboys.
Democrats love to quote higher tax rates and love to leave out the part that we were going through undoubtedly the largest economic expansion in the history of the world.
The internet and cellular communications was truly a revolution in business and economic affairs.
So the next time you hear some liberal blow hard talking about Clinton era taxes, ask them if they can guarantee that we'll see the next once in a lifetime revolution in productivity and business to go along with increased taxes.
"A dumb man never learns. A smart man learns from his own failure and success. But a wise man learns from the failure and success of others."
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