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Do you think that the Trump Tax plan will help the middle class?

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1. Robert Campbell
     (11/28/2017 6:18:14 PM)
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If only those making over $250K pay all the taxes, who's getting the $1100 Paul Ryan was so quick to highlight? It's THOSE people who should be getting the breaks as Trump promised them. He derided the rich to court the middle class TAXPAYERS and now he and the rest of the lying Republicans are stiffing them to enrich themselves.

Earning power for the wealthy has steadily increased since the 1980s while real wages for working people have stagnated. Since the Bush recession, that has actually accelerated. The fools who've been duped by Trump and the GOP complained during the campaign that they didn't feel they benefited from the recovery from '08. They were right. They didn't. And they didn't because the GOP saw to it they didn't. No raise in th minimum wage, no extension of benefits during the depths of the recession, filibustered a infrastructure bill, several tax increases on the wealthy to begin paying down the debt and now screwing them with their tax scheme.

2. Robert Fahrbach CEOExpressSelect Member
     (11/29/2017 8:30:21 AM)
     Message ID #294363

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That is a horrible trend... but it has far more to do with the underlying fundamentals of automation, globalization and corporatism. than with American Politics.

The problem is that American Politics is all we have to try to reverse it. Unfortunately, Corporatists have complete control of the leaderless Democratic Party and significant control of traditional Republicans.

Message edited by user at 11/29/2017 8:32:39 AM

3. Domenick Aulozzi CEOExpressSelect Member
     (11/28/2017 6:27:18 PM)
     Message ID #294377

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Robb you still have not answered the question:

How do you get a tax "break" if you don't pay taxes and why shouldn't the ones paying the highest taxes get the biggest break?

4. D Robb
     (11/29/2017 9:42:35 AM)
     Message ID #294393

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Your simple minded post shows you are as bad at math as M BSer. 57% pay taxes, but the richest 2% benefit from these tax cuts disportionately. Both they and corporations are doing very well and don't need a tax cut. The middle class is doing poorly and does.
Noel has posted a good list of all the things we need MORE money to address, not less, starting with the three hurricanes and our failing infrastructure. Why would any but the greedy think we need a tax cut which will balloon the deficit $2 trillion. Explain that.
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