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Sep 08, 1943 Franklin D. Roosevelt Fireside Chat.
before we attain them. The greatnews that you have heard today … and the money you give in taxes buys that death-dealing …
Oct 22, 1957 Dwight D. Eisenhower Address at the Dinner of the National Fund for Medical Education.
its present effort. This is greatnews. But the total need of America's … today. Our incomes, even after taxes, never totalled so great …
Feb 08, 1976 Gerald R. Ford Remarks at a President Ford Committee Reception in Concord, New Hampshire.
economy around. We had some greatnews on Friday. You may have read … services, to have to raise local taxes to carry out the services …
Nov 16, 1982 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the Annual Convention of the United States League of Savings Associations in New Orleans, Louisiana
good news; in fact, it's greatnews. We don't have a 21 1/2-percent … deficits on paper by raising taxes on people invariably leads …
Nov 19, 1982 Ronald Reagan Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session During a United States Chamber of Commerce Teleconference on Job Training Programs
Act a success. Well, that's greatnews, because I know there's one … economy—the runaway inflation, taxes, and interest rates—unemployment … government for nonpayment of taxes. It's been abandoned. The …
May 16, 1984 Ronald Reagan Remarks at a White House Meeting With the American Retail Federation
the consumers, and that's greatnews for retailers. And we're … we're going to try to make taxes more simple and fair, and …
Oct 11, 1984 Ronald Reagan Remarks at a White House Ceremony Honoring the Minority Small Business Persons of the Year
double-digit inflation, high taxes, record interest rates, and … the consumers. And that's greatnews for America's business community …
Apr 23, 1985 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the Midyear Conference of the National Association of Realtors
inflation and ever-increasing taxes. And today, thanks to you … low inflation, and stable taxes. There's especially good … houses for a living, that's great
Nov 04, 1988 Ronald Reagan Remarks at a Republican Campaign Rally in Voorhees, New Jersey
you. And think about the greatnews we received today: October … refuses to rule out higher taxes. He calls highertaxes a "last resort," which in …
Oct 30, 1992 George Bush Remarks at a Rally in St. Louis
openers, $150 billion in new taxes, $220 billion in new spending … world, which happened to be greatnews for the American working … spending and hold the line on taxes. Secondly, and Governor Schaefer …
Apr 02, 2002 George W. Bush Remarks at a Fundraiser for Gubernatorial Candidate Mike Fisher in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
the face of the Earth. The greatnews is, America is rallying to …
Dec 18, 2003 Scott McClellan Press Briefing by Scott McClellan
Aug 09, 2005 George W. Bush Press Briefing by Director, National Economic Council, Al Hubbard, and Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors, Ben Bernanke
entrepreneurial activity, keeping taxes and regulations low, which … do so beautifully. And the greatnews is -- and by the way, we're …
Oct 13, 2006 Tony Snow Press Briefing by Tony Snow
Again, if they do, that's greatnews. But we have nothing to confirm … September 19th agreement, that's greatnews. And that will mean the diplomacy …
Feb 07, 2007 Mitt Romney Address to the Detroit Economic Club
economic powerhouse. And that's greatnews, people who couldn't buy … bucks and not have to pay any taxes on it at all, and not have … going to face coming soon is taxes. What is the better course …
Jun 13, 2007 Rudy Giuliani Excerpts of an Interview with Peter Cook of Bloomberg
globalization. … This is greatnews for America, that people …
Jul 11, 2007 George W. Bush Press Briefing by Director of OMB Rob Portman on the Budget
projecting under 200. But this is greatnews. It's good news for the American … be dramatic increases in taxes, which will harm the economy …
Aug 05, 2007 Presidential Candidate Debates Republican Presidential Candidates Debate at Drake University in Des Monies, Iowa
we're making progress. That's greatnews. At the same time, you look …
Mar 30, 2010 Barack Obama The President's News Conference With President Nicolas Sarkozy of France
financial regulation, again, it's greatnews for the world to hear that …
Apr 26, 2011 Jay Carney Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney
proposal would actually raise taxes and increase prices at the … counterproductive. He says it would raise taxes and increase the price at …
Oct 18, 2012 Jay Carney Press Gaggle by Press Secretary Jay Carney
middle-class Americans that their taxes will not go up, and it is … cuts extended, well, that's greatnews; let's pass it, sign it into … people from having their taxes go up. That approach, as …
Oct 01, 2013 Jay Carney Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney
Oct 30, 2013 Barack Obama Remarks at Faneuil Hall in Boston, Massachusetts
without insurance. Now, the greatnews is, today, Jan is cancer-free …
Jan 28, 2015 Barack Obama Press Briefing by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz
expand Medicaid. This is greatnews for the estimated 350,000 … President's plan would cut taxes for 8.5 million families … families and students; simplify taxes for more than 25 million …
Feb 12, 2016 Jeb Bush Press Release - Jeb Has the National Organization & Momentum on His Side
his campaign — which is greatnews for the American people because …