Unfuckingbelievable. If nothing else, the repeal of the individual mandate tax penalty should be reason alone for every liberty loving red blooded American to celebrate. But no, some just blindly follow the leftists' talking points.
|The Joy Maker|
Even if this only helps big companies, so what? Why are you opposed to less taxation?
I think he's upset because he doesn't like how his membership fee is being spent...
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|Drill Here, Drill Now|
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Oh how I love this stuff. It used to irritate me when folks would spew the mainstream lib whining points. Now I just kinda get that dead eyed stare like Paulie's from Goodfellas. It is so obvious the person spewing that filth, especially in this case, has not educated themselves even a little bit on the issue.
I have the heart of a lion.......and a lifetime ban from the Toronto Zoo.- Unknown
I guess he could always request a refund...
"America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system,,,, but too early to shoot the bastards." -- Claire Wolfe
"Whenever somebody uses 'liberal,' when what they really mean is 'leftist,' they immediately lose my attention." -- Me
If you haven't done so, may I suggest you go to The Lounge and look through some of the pertinent threads related to tax reform, and the Trump Presidency thread.
There is a lot of thoughtful information, including links to outstanding articles, posted there.
Not a small number of us started out not Trump fans, but have been steadily and increasingly pleased with the achievements of the Trump administration.
The tax reform is in many ways not all it could be, due to the slim majority of the Republicans in the Senate (it had to be passed by reconciliation because there were not 60 votes to end a filibuster).
But the main benefit is not so much for individual taxpayers as it is for corporations. The result of this change in corporate tax structure is expected by our own economic competitors to result in huge investments in the US, a huge increase in jobs, and higher wages for American workers due to a tight job market.
Keep watching not only regular news sources, but pertinent threads on SigForum where you will learn a lot if you want to.
“Little else is requisite to carry a state to the highest degree of opulence from the lowest barbarism but peace, easy taxes, and a tolerable administration of justice: all the rest being brought about by the natural course of things.”--Adam Smith, born June 16, 1723
|Not really from Vienna|
"Yidn, shreibt un fershreibt"
Will take a look stjill. I do have an open mind.
If that were true you wouldn't have parroted the Liberal talking points about Trump, the tax cut, et al.
Getting the truth of things takes effort due to the mainstream media's monopoly and constant bombardment of nonsense and lies. Someone with an open mind would have figured this out long ago.
|Ice age heat wave, |
Give the guy a break, he said he's going to do some research and that he's being openminded.
NRA Life Member
Every time I've seen or heard someone say they're open-minded, they really aren't.
Starting to research... now?? The Clinton and Obama regimes weren't a catalyst to seek the truth of things but because Trump has no class and lies (according to the msm) is?
|His diet consists of black|
coffee, and sarcasm.
Perhaps. But you hear this all the time from leftists, along with "but." "I'm a Republican, but." "I support the Second Amendment, but."
|On the DL|
Better late than never.
A mind is a terrible thing.
|A Grateful American|
Take a man at his word until his actions prove otherwise.
Not everyone was born with all the answers and aware of every truth.
I have changed my mind and views a few times as these things became evident.
"the meaning of life, is to give life meaning" ✡ I could explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
|Delusions of Adequacy|
even if it had only lowered corporate taxes.... you know who pays those, right? Not the corporations. They're passed on to the consumer in increased prices. And the confiscatory rates that were in place meant more jobs going overseas. That's already starting to change.
Next time you call customer support and get a native English speaker, you'll thank DJT.
I have my own style of humor. I call it Snarkasm.
Don't even need to look to hard, I'll give you a few things to research:
After looking into the above, a thought exercise. Is more money for most people a good thing or bad thing for the economy?
A couple SIGs and a few others
Combat vet, we all had a clear choice last election. One candidate supported gun owners by honest citizens, One candidate DID NOT.
We got lucky and got the one which DID support gun ownership. That candidate now has his photo on the top of every page. Does it screw up the formatting? Yes. Get over it. Everything else follows.
BTW, on the tax thing, which is a minor issue in some regards: I'll be paying significantly higher taxes now. Am I happy? Damned right I am. Just because it's not right for me personally doesn't mean I won't support something if the country benefits and it will in this case. Apple alone had 252 BILLION dollars stuck overseas they can repatriate to the US now. Multiply that by all the major companies on the big board and it's gonna be yuge.
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