Saturday, February 06, 2010

Gee. I Was Right Then, Too!

Another poll, same results. Just like I said in February 2009.

Eighty-three percent (83%) of Americans say the size of the federal budget deficit is due more to the unwillingness of politicians to cut government spending than to the reluctance of taxpayers to pay more in taxes..[J]ust nine percent (9%) of adults put more blame on the unwillingness of taxpayers to pay more in taxes. --Rasmussen, 2/10

By the way, one can infer that eighty-three percent of TEA Partiers are also against the



J. Strupp said...

Oh shocker of the year.....Americans say they'd rather not pay more taxes.


Dad29 said...

Maybe it's too early for you to read-for-meaning, Struppster. They object to SPENDING. SPENDING. (All caps to help you.)

You DO understand that spending precedes taxes, right?