Dems want us to think it is, especially since the tax bill just passed…again, no hiccups this time.
The only ones saying the tax plan is bad are media elites and government bureaucrats that actually make their living off of other people’s taxes.
I heard on the radio the other day that this was a “once in a generation” tax bill.
I guess the last major tax bill was the Reagan tax cuts from the 80s.
Why is it that the GOP is always cutting taxes, not the Dems?
Do Dems not like tax cuts? Do they not like the idea of people having more or their money, the government having less of it?
Right now conservative radio is saying that no Dems voted for this tax bill, either in the House or the Senate, and that’s true.
So those Dems will have nothing to run on come 2018, after people like me look at our February pay stubs and compare them to the previous month to see that, yes…there is less money being taken out.
Well…that’s the idea.
The idea is that I get more money, people realize this, and Republicans benefit in the midterms.
Will that happen?
It remains to be seen.
We know Dems are pissed.
I heard Nancy Pelosi on the radio, saying this would only benefit the wealthy and that their champagne glasses would be clinking tonight.
Nancy Pelosi has a net worth of $29 million.
Over on the Senate side we’ve got Chuck Schumer. His net worth is only $700,000.
Compared to the Washington elites, this this chump change…but to you and I here in Montana, it’s a lot of money.
What I’m getting at is…what’s a better tax plan option than what the GOP just foisted upon us?
I’d love to hear some Democrats around the country put forth some ideas on what would be a better tax plan.
- Does it include a doubling of the child tax credit?
- Does it keep corporate taxes at 39%?
- What does the deductions picture look like?
- Do tax brackets remain the same, or do they change?
These are pretty simple concepts. Right now the Dems are saying the tax plan is bad…so what’s better?
Give us some options, damn it!
But they don’t.
They just point and say ‘bad’ and that’s it.
Is it any wonder that our three branches of government aren’t in Democratic hands?