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Fiscal conservatism is the belief that government should not have large debts, and that government programs should not be paid for on borrowed money. How could both Democrats and Republicans be considered fiscally conservative?

Republicans—spending money on new programs. Democrats—tax cuts for the wealthy
Republicans—cutting government programs. Democrats—raising taxes on the wealthy (i think it is this one)
Republicans—raising taxes on the wealthy. Democrats—cutting existing government programs
Republicans—tax cuts for the wealthy. Democrats—funding new programs

asked by aiya
  1. There's a better answer.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Is it C then?

    posted by aiya
  3. No. Why did you choose c again after I told you that it's wrong.


    Read the answers carefully. You have one more chance to get this right.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. The first time I chose B

    posted by aiya
  5. Lack of letters, spacing, and punctuation made this extremely confusing. If this is the way it should be, then b is correct.

    a.Republicans—spending money on new programs. Democrats—tax cuts for the wealthy

    b. Republicans—cutting government programs. Democrats—raising taxes on the wealthy (i think it is this one)

    c. Republicans—raising taxes on the wealthy. Democrats—cutting existing government programs

    d. Republicans—tax cuts for the wealthy. Democrats—funding new programs

    posted by Ms. Sue

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