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Republicans think voting against tax cuts geared toward the top one percent somehow means you're

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 03:38:24    Popularity:     

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Update: In 2009 the Democrats passed the stimulus bill which was 1/3rd tax cuts.
the Republicans voted NO.
Then, those same Republicans who voted NO, went home to their districts and posed for photos holding giant checks of stimulus funds.

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Here's the issue. I wouldn't mind if the One Percent paid half as much in taxes as they do now if it meant greater prosperity for all of us, while you would punish them even if it punished you.

Liberals are so messed up that they cannot produce any legislation that is not vindictive. Pure hatred and bias is all they have. Your idea about targeting some group for punitive confiscation of their money in favor of targeted receipt of that money for some group that pledges political support and campaign contributions to democrat politicians seems to be typical democrat trickery. Have you considered that the reason why the tax code is tens of thousands of pages long is simply because it is all of the exemptions to the basic tax law?

If you try to tax the rich, they will take their money off-shore and not reinvest on american soil. As a choice of either/or, it's best to let them keep more of their money because they are still getting taxed, just not as much VS hiding their money and not getting taxed at all. A first year economics major can understand that...but liberal left lies about that truth.

This began with Reagan. Reagan was a guy who could sell refrigerators to Eskimos. He convinced Republicans that if we all make sacrifices to make the richest Americans richer, somehow we would ALL get richer. This 'trickle-down' idea has been tried by every president since, and it's never worked, not in 40 years. All it's really done was to concentrate wealth by shifting the burden of taxation off the rich and onto the middle class. And that's what it was designed to do.

Also since Reagan, the Republicans have made everything about party. This party = good, that party = evil. They've even encoded this idea into RELIGION! So, for instance, when a Democratic president wants to implement an 'individual mandate' health insurance plan EXACTLY like the Republicans have been clamoring for for decades, Republicans call it 'socialized medicine' and oppose it.

For decades now Republicans have promised tax cuts for -all-, but the only presidents who gave substantial tax cuts to the middle class were Democrats--Clinton and Obama.

You leftists can lie all you want, but we have seen the effect of leftism on every state and city where you preside. We know about the taxes in Seattle and California. We know about the homelessness problem. We know about the inner-city schools.


We know that you tax and waste and tax some more.

When you stop LYING and TAXING, you may wake up and figure out that you don't need government to be your big brother, because the gov't sucks at it.

No.

We know it means you are economically illiterate because you believe you can tax a country into prosperity.

They believe anything Trump says.

Those people are idiots. You are wasting typeface trying to communicate with them.

Your "question", that is not a question, seems to lack cohesion and direction. What, other than "I hate republicans" are you trying to say?



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