posted on Nov, 4 2006 @ 11:21 PM
ENGLEWOOD, Colorado (CNN) -- President Bush devoted his last national radio address before critical elections to the economy, telling voters that a
Democrat Congress would hit their pocketbooks.
"Democrats are still determined to raise taxes," Bush said from a coffee shop in Englewood, Colorado, in an unusual televised version of his weekly
He predicted Democrats would block renewal of expiring tax legislation if they regained control of Congress.
Republicans -- who captured control of Congress in 1994 -- have a slim hold on both chambers. Democrats need a 15-seat pickup in Tuesday's elections
to regain the House and a gain of six seats to reclaim the Senate.
"Americans are finding jobs and they're taking home more pay. The main reason for our growing economy is that we cut taxes," Bush said.
"I say it's a good economy right now."
[edit on 5-11-2006 by 1Crisis]