Thursday, November 30, 2017

Making America Great Again, The Trumpian Way...



As the POTUS and congress attempts to sell another bill of goods to the public. As always the ultimate burden to pay for the "tax break" falls on the middle class and the retired who bust, and busted their asses for 40-50 plus years Making America Great.

A bad deal being sold to a sleeping American electorate.

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Afterthought, the cuts may be needed to pay for America's next war.

6 comments:

  1. Those are the very people who were instrumental in getting him elected in the first place.

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    1. Perhaps those folks will start to get it before it's too late. But old habits are hard to brake.

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  2. Well, well, well, under the cover of darkness, and amidst a flurry of changes and deal making the GOP gave the country a Big Middle Finger.

    When folks get to see and really understand this monstrous gift to corporations and the wealthiest among us the GOP can kiss its dishonest as* goodbye.

    Watch the deficits rise and the national debt balloon in a very short period of time. As many suffer reduction in Medicare benefits and a tax hike.

    The GOP is a party without integrity or even a modicum of decency. Bring on 2018 and 2020!

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  3. The class warfare rhetoric does get kinda tedious after awhile?

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    1. It does. As do many other cliché words and terminology.

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    2. Yet the Republicans and their donors keep waging it. It happening is a lot more "tedious" than talking about it, imo. Quite necessary, I think.

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