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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Congress and President Bush are still grappling with how to address what has now become in tense economic malaise after the horrific attack on our country. Consumers are holding onto their money, and small businesses are being squeezed by low sales and general economic uncertainty.
Of course, there are numerous competing ideas on what Washington should do to help jump-start the economy. From providing supply-side oriented tax cuts and incentives to help spur investment to Keynesiantype government spending to everything in between.
Capitol Hill is awash with ideas on how best to deal with a faltering economy. On top of this, a long line of business sectors and interests looking for government money are making the trek to Washington to plead their case to lawmakers.
Congress and the Bush administration are struggling with how to …