"Some of us have never met a tax cut we don't like," said Kay Bengston, assistant director/domestic issues, Lutheran Office for Governmental Affairs, Washington, D.C. "But many of us don't connect what we pay for in taxes to the programs we use. Often it's a choice between tax cuts or providing essentials that keep the economy strong into the future."
That choice is why LOGA and other religious groups are unhappy with President Bush's economic plan with its price tag of at least $674 billion.
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