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A great point made on Hardball tonight by Cynthia Tucker: If welfare and other programs for the poor only make the poor worse off, as Republicans claim, then why don't corporate welfare and subsidies make corporations worse off?

If the best thing we can do for the poor is severely cut back the social safety net, then surely the best thing we can do for the Free Market, is to end all corporate welfare and subsidies. Right?
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02/27/1964
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St. Louis
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Artistic director of New Line Theatre, author of six books on muiscal theatre, and co-host of "Break a Leg: Theatre in St. Louis and Beyond" on KDHX.

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St. Louis
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Missouri
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http://www.newlinetheatre.com

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Harvard University
Graduation Year
1986

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  • A great point made on Hardball tonight by Cynthia Tucker: If welfare and other programs for the poor only make the poor worse off, as Republicans claim, then why don't corporate welfare and subsidies make corporations worse off?

    If the best thing we can do for the poor is severely cut back the social safety net, then surely the best thing we can do for the Free Market, is to end all corporate welfare and subsidies. Right?
    profile 194 days ago
  • groups Scott Miller became a fan of the show Break A Leg

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