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As soon as is practical, how much should we cut federal government taxes and spending?

1. Just balance the budget. No tax cuts. This would roll back spending to $3 trillion (the level of 2008, end of GW Bush pres.)
7% (91 votes)
2. Balance the budget, plus end the corporate income tax. Roll back spending to $2.7 T (2006, GW Bush presidency).
6% (69 votes)
3. Balance the budget, plus end the personal income tax. Roll back spending to $1.65 T (1998, Clinton presidency).
15% (183 votes)
4. Balance the budget, plus end both the personal and corporate income tax. Roll back spending to $1.3 T (1991, Bush Sr.).
13% (167 votes)
5. Balance the budget, end the personal, corporate tax, plus end all other payroll taxes. Roll back to $345 B (1979, Carter).
12% (148 votes)
6. Cut taxes and spending even more. Government was way too big in 1979 after LBJ, Nixon and Carter pumped it up.
24% (296 votes)
7. End all taxes. Any money the federal government needs should be voluntarily funded.
24% (299 votes)
Total votes: 1253