THIS is how Trump plans to pay for our tax " Cuts " ;
Democrats have whined about the "cost" of tax cuts for US citizens and as I have explained there are hundreds of ways, thousands of savings , to pay for the cuts , The U. N. wastes are but one small way !
Next Savings ;
California Highway ,Wildland - Firefighting funds to pay for Gov. Brown pardons of illegal immigrants pardoned of crimes , Saving the US taxpayers billions ?
In the First Obama year , he added 60 ,000 federal jobs , Trump has reduced that by 11, 000 by not filling jobs left empty and unfilled by EPA jobs .
by Brian 7 years ago
I was on facebook earlier today, and a friend of mine posted a Youtube video about just how much money is being used to support the Bush tax cuts for the rich. 100 Billion dollars of the average tax payer's money! Which amounts to over $83,000.00 a year for a single individual making over...
by Stump Parrish 3 years ago
The tax cuts that are being debated in Washington have been described as a jobs creating nessessity by the republicans. These tax cuts have been in effect for 10 years now and I have to wonder where all the jobs they created during their existence, have gone. Are we to believe that they will...
by Randy Godwin 5 months ago
That Spanky, what a card he is! Did anyone with a lick of sense suspect his tax cuts would benefit the average citizen? Check it out, pilgrims! https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/compani … mp;ffid=gz
by PrettyPanther 7 years ago
Fox News' Bret Baier asked all eight Republican candidates:"I'm going to ask a question to everyone here on the stage. Say you had a deal, a real spending cuts deal, 10-to-1, as Byron said, spending cuts to tax increases. Who on this stage would walk away from that deal? Can you raise your...
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
Four Democrats and Lieberman voted with the Republicans. I have mixed feelings about this, according to the research I've done. It seems that "economy experts" are split on their views. Some argue that increasing taxes on the upper economic class will stifle jobs, while others say that...
by Ralph Deeds 5 years ago
Paul Krugman:" Back in 2010, self-styled deficit hawks — better described as deficit scolds — took over much of our political discourse. At a time of mass unemployment and record-low borrowing costs, a time when economic theory said we needed more, not less, deficit spending, the scolds...
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