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What could have a worse effect on the economy than lowering the interest tax deduction for hmeowners? The ecomony has practically collapsed in the United States due to the war, the hurricaines and the huge deficit. The only thing that has kept the ecomomy going is the booming real estate market. If this deduction is reduced and the housing market goes drastically downward, there will be nothing left to hold the economy together. People will stop remodeling their homes and that HUGE industry which includes, labor, i.e. carpenters, plumbers, painters, builders, window people, floor people, roofers, contractors, electricians, etc., etc, etc., will be on the unemployment rolls. People will stop taking money out of their homes to send their kids to college, to travel and to pay off credit cards. The travel industry which is already suffering badly due to the gas prices will put more airlines, hotels and restaurants out of buiness. There will be a huge slowdown in purchasing p!