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Romney's policies would have been Bush redux

Well, well, Mr. Ehrlich has a fantasy about how the economy takes off if Romney had only won ("What might have been: Life under President Romney," Jan. 27). He needn't dream of what might happen, just go back to 2001 and fast forward through eight years of history.

There were even some ginormous tax cuts for the wealthy. Wow our economy must have been in the stratosphere by the end of the story, right?

V. Moore, Catonsville

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