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President Bush says his pro-growth economic policies are responsible for lowered budget deficit projections, and is warning voters that Democrats will raise their taxes. Democrats say the President is misleading voters. A look at the truth behind Democrats’ and Republicans’ claims about the economy, the budget, and tax policy.
- Greg Ip U.S. economics editor, "The Economist"
- John Maggs Reporter for The National Journal
- Al Hubbard Director of the National Economic Council
- Sen. Kent Conrad (D-North Dakota)
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