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tintin
 
Reply Tue 8 Jun, 2010 10:12 pm
please see this English text...

During the previous presidential administration, members of congress approved large tax cuts and yet the economy today stands in shambles. During the current economic crisis, those who espouse large tax cuts as an economic stimulus should consider the failure of tax cuts during the past eight years to prevent the current economic recession as conclusive evidence that tax cuts will not help the country escape from its current economic troubles.

>>>those who espouse large tax cuts as an economic stimulus should consider the failure of tax cuts during the past eight years to prevent the current economic recession

what does 'espouse' means here in this context ?

>>the failure of tax cuts during the past eight years
bit confused here ...is not they said they approved tax cuts ? why again they are saying 'failure of tax cuts ' .....I'm loosing the connection here .

Could you please help me to get the clear idea of what is being portrayed here ?




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Reply Wed 9 Jun, 2010 04:37 am
Quote:
what does 'espouse' means here in this context ?


espouse = support.

Those who support large tax cuts as a method of econmic stimulus...

those who espouse large tax cuts as an economic stimulus should consider the failure of tax cuts during the past eight years to prevent the current economic recession
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Reply Wed 9 Jun, 2010 08:11 am
@tintin,
tintin wrote:
those who espouse large tax cuts as an economic stimulus should consider the failure of tax cuts during the past eight years to prevent the current economic recession

(People who support large tax cuts as an economic stimulus) should consider (that a recent bundle of tax cuts failed to prevent the current economic recession).
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tintin
 
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Reply Thu 10 Jun, 2010 09:31 am
beautiful . That was very much helpful.
concise and clear.
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