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Topic - Paul N. Van De Water
"He doesn't specifically say how all the details would work," said Paul N. Van de Water, senior fellow at the liberal Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. "That leaves a lot of details unspecified."
He said that under the method Mr. Blahous is suggesting, the agency would have to assume Congress would allow President George W. Bush's tax cuts to expire, thereby dramatically reducing the long-term deficit projections Republicans like to rail on.