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Feb 8, 2019 08:20:57   #
Bad Bob (a regular here)
 
https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/07/analysis-how-the-gops-tax-scam-is-now-backfiring-spectacularly.html

The Republican Tax Scam of 2017 — also known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — was filled with tricks and gimmicks designed to hide the fact that it was a massive giveaway to large corporations and the super-rich.
And now that Americans have started to file their 2018 tax returns, the extent of the GOP deception is being seen for the first time.

Writing in Vox, Matthew Yglesias explained that the backlash being seen from many Trump supporters now filing their taxes is a direct result of unconscionable accounting trickery from the IRS.

What the IRS did was intended to make the Tax Scam more popular with American voters, but it is now backfiring spectacularly, and making Trump more unpopular than ever.
The tax law changes did lower tax rates for some Americans right now, although these will reverse in the future. However, the Tax Scam did not lower the actual tax obligations for most workers.
But instead of telling the American people the truth, the administration tried to tweak the IRS’s withholding guidelines. This reduced the amount of tax withholding throughout the year, to increase monthly take home pay. But it didn’t reduce the amount of total tax they owe for the year.

So for most of 2018 the administration did succeed in making it look like taxpayers got a bigger tax cut than they actually did. The IRS reduced the amount of taxes withheld from workers’ weekly paychecks throughout 2018. And, predictably, this had the unfortunate result of people owing taxes at the end of the year.
Millions of Americans are now paying their taxes and either getting smaller refunds than they expected or owing the government more money than they had expected.
According to Yglesias:

If this was intended to give Republicans a boost in the midterms it obviously didn’t work, in part because the once-a-year tax filing process is a lot more salient than the biweekly process of automatic withholding.”
“In fact, they are now facing a backlash from an angry public that includes millions of people who were expecting tax refunds that they are now not going to get.”

Brad Setser, a former deputy assistant secretary in the Treasury Department, explained in the New York Times that while American workers are getting less than they had hoped for from tax reform, corporations are getting even more from the GOP Tax Scam than they were promised.

He pointed out that the tax bill’s corporate rate cuts were promoted as a tool to reduce the incentive for companies to move operations offshore. In fact, it has done the opposite.
He said that the bill Trump signed into law includes a sweetheart deal that allows companies that shift their profits abroad to pay tax at a rate (10.5%) well below the already-reduced corporate income tax (21%).

The result, Setser wrote, was this:
“Overall, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act amounted to a technocratic sleight of hand — a scheme set to shift an even greater share of the federal tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”

tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”
Trump probably didn’t know about this, but his advisers surely knew what the result of the Tax Scam would be. They left open huge loopholes that allowed large corporations to get away with exactly the kind of abusive tax behavior Trump had promised to stop.

On top of the deception about the effect on personal tax rates, this trickery has left millions of Trump voters feeling let down by what their president has done to them.
Trump promised to bring a flood of business investment from overseas, but it’s not happening. The overhyped Foxconn factory plan in Wisconsin is turning out to be a bust, for example.
All of Trump’s promises are turning out to be lies. He promised to end the corporate tax practices that Americans don’t like, but these practices have actually increased.

While some of his supporters still believe Trump’s lies and misinformation, eventually they will see the truth when forced to confront economic reality.
And the economic reality that millions of Americans are now facing thanks to Donald Trump is an unexpected tax bill.

It’s no surprise that Trump’s approval ratings have fallen to historic lows. There is real pain for working class Americans if they have to come up with thousands of dollars to pay their taxes.
Millions were counting on refunds that they will never receive, and it’s all because they were tricked into supporting the Tax Scam which from the very beginning was intended to hurt them while benefiting the super-rich.

To reverse the horrible impact of the GOP Tax Scam on America, it is necessary for Democrats to win both the Senate and the presidency in the 2020 elections. Hopefully enough Americans now see how they were tricked — and how they must now vote for Democrats if they want to give control of the U.S. government back to the American people instead of to the super-rich and big corporations.

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Feb 8, 2019 10:00:45   #
Wolf counselor (a regular here)
 
Bad Boob Job wrote:
https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/07/analysis-how-the-gops-tax-scam-is-now-backfiring-spectacularly.html

The Republican Tax Scam of 2017 — also known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — was filled with tricks and gimmicks designed to hide the fact that it was a massive giveaway to large corporations and the super-rich.
And now that Americans have started to file their 2018 tax returns, the extent of the GOP deception is being seen for the first time.

Writing in Vox, Matthew Yglesias explained that the backlash being seen from many Trump supporters now filing their taxes is a direct result of unconscionable accounting trickery from the IRS.

What the IRS did was intended to make the Tax Scam more popular with American voters, but it is now backfiring spectacularly, and making Trump more unpopular than ever.
The tax law changes did lower tax rates for some Americans right now, although these will reverse in the future. However, the Tax Scam did not lower the actual tax obligations for most workers.
But instead of telling the American people the truth, the administration tried to tweak the IRS’s withholding guidelines. This reduced the amount of tax withholding throughout the year, to increase monthly take home pay. But it didn’t reduce the amount of total tax they owe for the year.

So for most of 2018 the administration did succeed in making it look like taxpayers got a bigger tax cut than they actually did. The IRS reduced the amount of taxes withheld from workers’ weekly paychecks throughout 2018. And, predictably, this had the unfortunate result of people owing taxes at the end of the year.
Millions of Americans are now paying their taxes and either getting smaller refunds than they expected or owing the government more money than they had expected.
According to Yglesias:

If this was intended to give Republicans a boost in the midterms it obviously didn’t work, in part because the once-a-year tax filing process is a lot more salient than the biweekly process of automatic withholding.”
“In fact, they are now facing a backlash from an angry public that includes millions of people who were expecting tax refunds that they are now not going to get.”

Brad Setser, a former deputy assistant secretary in the Treasury Department, explained in the New York Times that while American workers are getting less than they had hoped for from tax reform, corporations are getting even more from the GOP Tax Scam than they were promised.

He pointed out that the tax bill’s corporate rate cuts were promoted as a tool to reduce the incentive for companies to move operations offshore. In fact, it has done the opposite.
He said that the bill Trump signed into law includes a sweetheart deal that allows companies that shift their profits abroad to pay tax at a rate (10.5%) well below the already-reduced corporate income tax (21%).

The result, Setser wrote, was this:
“Overall, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act amounted to a technocratic sleight of hand — a scheme set to shift an even greater share of the federal tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”

tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”
Trump probably didn’t know about this, but his advisers surely knew what the result of the Tax Scam would be. They left open huge loopholes that allowed large corporations to get away with exactly the kind of abusive tax behavior Trump had promised to stop.

On top of the deception about the effect on personal tax rates, this trickery has left millions of Trump voters feeling let down by what their president has done to them.
Trump promised to bring a flood of business investment from overseas, but it’s not happening. The overhyped Foxconn factory plan in Wisconsin is turning out to be a bust, for example.
All of Trump’s promises are turning out to be lies. He promised to end the corporate tax practices that Americans don’t like, but these practices have actually increased.

While some of his supporters still believe Trump’s lies and misinformation, eventually they will see the truth when forced to confront economic reality.
And the economic reality that millions of Americans are now facing thanks to Donald Trump is an unexpected tax bill.

It’s no surprise that Trump’s approval ratings have fallen to historic lows. There is real pain for working class Americans if they have to come up with thousands of dollars to pay their taxes.
Millions were counting on refunds that they will never receive, and it’s all because they were tricked into supporting the Tax Scam which from the very beginning was intended to hurt them while benefiting the super-rich.

To reverse the horrible impact of the GOP Tax Scam on America, it is necessary for Democrats to win both the Senate and the presidency in the 2020 elections. Hopefully enough Americans now see how they were tricked — and how they must now vote for Democrats if they want to give control of the U.S. government back to the American people instead of to the super-rich and big corporations.
https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/07/analysis-h... (show quote)


I haven't received a refund in over thirty years.

And I've never been late paying my taxes.

I prioritize my taxes because this country has afforded me the opportunity to live the American dream.

As far as I'm concerned, it's worth every penny that I have paid in taxes.



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Feb 8, 2019 14:43:30   #
Lonewolf (a regular here)
 
and the fool wants to do another tax cut

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Feb 9, 2019 10:50:07   #
kemmer (a regular here)
 
Bad Bob wrote:
https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/07/analysis-how-the-gops-tax-scam-is-now-backfiring-spectacularly.html

The Republican Tax Scam of 2017 — also known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — was filled with tricks and gimmicks designed to hide the fact that it was a massive giveaway to large corporations and the super-rich.
And now that Americans have started to file their 2018 tax returns, the extent of the GOP deception is being seen for the first time.

Writing in Vox, Matthew Yglesias explained that the backlash being seen from many Trump supporters now filing their taxes is a direct result of unconscionable accounting trickery from the IRS.

What the IRS did was intended to make the Tax Scam more popular with American voters, but it is now backfiring spectacularly, and making Trump more unpopular than ever.
The tax law changes did lower tax rates for some Americans right now, although these will reverse in the future. However, the Tax Scam did not lower the actual tax obligations for most workers.
But instead of telling the American people the truth, the administration tried to tweak the IRS’s withholding guidelines. This reduced the amount of tax withholding throughout the year, to increase monthly take home pay. But it didn’t reduce the amount of total tax they owe for the year.

So for most of 2018 the administration did succeed in making it look like taxpayers got a bigger tax cut than they actually did. The IRS reduced the amount of taxes withheld from workers’ weekly paychecks throughout 2018. And, predictably, this had the unfortunate result of people owing taxes at the end of the year.
Millions of Americans are now paying their taxes and either getting smaller refunds than they expected or owing the government more money than they had expected.
According to Yglesias:

If this was intended to give Republicans a boost in the midterms it obviously didn’t work, in part because the once-a-year tax filing process is a lot more salient than the biweekly process of automatic withholding.”
“In fact, they are now facing a backlash from an angry public that includes millions of people who were expecting tax refunds that they are now not going to get.”

Brad Setser, a former deputy assistant secretary in the Treasury Department, explained in the New York Times that while American workers are getting less than they had hoped for from tax reform, corporations are getting even more from the GOP Tax Scam than they were promised.

He pointed out that the tax bill’s corporate rate cuts were promoted as a tool to reduce the incentive for companies to move operations offshore. In fact, it has done the opposite.
He said that the bill Trump signed into law includes a sweetheart deal that allows companies that shift their profits abroad to pay tax at a rate (10.5%) well below the already-reduced corporate income tax (21%).

The result, Setser wrote, was this:
“Overall, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act amounted to a technocratic sleight of hand — a scheme set to shift an even greater share of the federal tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”

tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”
Trump probably didn’t know about this, but his advisers surely knew what the result of the Tax Scam would be. They left open huge loopholes that allowed large corporations to get away with exactly the kind of abusive tax behavior Trump had promised to stop.

On top of the deception about the effect on personal tax rates, this trickery has left millions of Trump voters feeling let down by what their president has done to them.
Trump promised to bring a flood of business investment from overseas, but it’s not happening. The overhyped Foxconn factory plan in Wisconsin is turning out to be a bust, for example.
All of Trump’s promises are turning out to be lies. He promised to end the corporate tax practices that Americans don’t like, but these practices have actually increased.

While some of his supporters still believe Trump’s lies and misinformation, eventually they will see the truth when forced to confront economic reality.
And the economic reality that millions of Americans are now facing thanks to Donald Trump is an unexpected tax bill.

It’s no surprise that Trump’s approval ratings have fallen to historic lows. There is real pain for working class Americans if they have to come up with thousands of dollars to pay their taxes.
Millions were counting on refunds that they will never receive, and it’s all because they were tricked into supporting the Tax Scam which from the very beginning was intended to hurt them while benefiting the super-rich.

To reverse the horrible impact of the GOP Tax Scam on America, it is necessary for Democrats to win both the Senate and the presidency in the 2020 elections. Hopefully enough Americans now see how they were tricked — and how they must now vote for Democrats if they want to give control of the U.S. government back to the American people instead of to the super-rich and big corporations.
https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/07/analysis-h... (show quote)

The news last night told of people all over the country saying that, although they got a little more money in their paychecks, their refunds were much smaller and they had to pay for the first time. But of course, big business and the 1%ers are happy as clams.

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Feb 9, 2019 10:55:31   #
nwtk2007 (a regular here)
 
Bad Bob wrote:
https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/07/analysis-how-the-gops-tax-scam-is-now-backfiring-spectacularly.html

The Republican Tax Scam of 2017 — also known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — was filled with tricks and gimmicks designed to hide the fact that it was a massive giveaway to large corporations and the super-rich.
And now that Americans have started to file their 2018 tax returns, the extent of the GOP deception is being seen for the first time.

Writing in Vox, Matthew Yglesias explained that the backlash being seen from many Trump supporters now filing their taxes is a direct result of unconscionable accounting trickery from the IRS.

What the IRS did was intended to make the Tax Scam more popular with American voters, but it is now backfiring spectacularly, and making Trump more unpopular than ever.
The tax law changes did lower tax rates for some Americans right now, although these will reverse in the future. However, the Tax Scam did not lower the actual tax obligations for most workers.
But instead of telling the American people the truth, the administration tried to tweak the IRS’s withholding guidelines. This reduced the amount of tax withholding throughout the year, to increase monthly take home pay. But it didn’t reduce the amount of total tax they owe for the year.

So for most of 2018 the administration did succeed in making it look like taxpayers got a bigger tax cut than they actually did. The IRS reduced the amount of taxes withheld from workers’ weekly paychecks throughout 2018. And, predictably, this had the unfortunate result of people owing taxes at the end of the year.
Millions of Americans are now paying their taxes and either getting smaller refunds than they expected or owing the government more money than they had expected.
According to Yglesias:

If this was intended to give Republicans a boost in the midterms it obviously didn’t work, in part because the once-a-year tax filing process is a lot more salient than the biweekly process of automatic withholding.”
“In fact, they are now facing a backlash from an angry public that includes millions of people who were expecting tax refunds that they are now not going to get.”

Brad Setser, a former deputy assistant secretary in the Treasury Department, explained in the New York Times that while American workers are getting less than they had hoped for from tax reform, corporations are getting even more from the GOP Tax Scam than they were promised.

He pointed out that the tax bill’s corporate rate cuts were promoted as a tool to reduce the incentive for companies to move operations offshore. In fact, it has done the opposite.
He said that the bill Trump signed into law includes a sweetheart deal that allows companies that shift their profits abroad to pay tax at a rate (10.5%) well below the already-reduced corporate income tax (21%).

The result, Setser wrote, was this:
“Overall, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act amounted to a technocratic sleight of hand — a scheme set to shift an even greater share of the federal tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”

tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”
Trump probably didn’t know about this, but his advisers surely knew what the result of the Tax Scam would be. They left open huge loopholes that allowed large corporations to get away with exactly the kind of abusive tax behavior Trump had promised to stop.

On top of the deception about the effect on personal tax rates, this trickery has left millions of Trump voters feeling let down by what their president has done to them.
Trump promised to bring a flood of business investment from overseas, but it’s not happening. The overhyped Foxconn factory plan in Wisconsin is turning out to be a bust, for example.
All of Trump’s promises are turning out to be lies. He promised to end the corporate tax practices that Americans don’t like, but these practices have actually increased.

While some of his supporters still believe Trump’s lies and misinformation, eventually they will see the truth when forced to confront economic reality.
And the economic reality that millions of Americans are now facing thanks to Donald Trump is an unexpected tax bill.

It’s no surprise that Trump’s approval ratings have fallen to historic lows. There is real pain for working class Americans if they have to come up with thousands of dollars to pay their taxes.
Millions were counting on refunds that they will never receive, and it’s all because they were tricked into supporting the Tax Scam which from the very beginning was intended to hurt them while benefiting the super-rich.

To reverse the horrible impact of the GOP Tax Scam on America, it is necessary for Democrats to win both the Senate and the presidency in the 2020 elections. Hopefully enough Americans now see how they were tricked — and how they must now vote for Democrats if they want to give control of the U.S. government back to the American people instead of to the super-rich and big corporations.
https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/07/analysis-h... (show quote)


Lets see what will happen to taxes when you guys go with the New Green Deal of AOC. LOLOL!!!!!!!! Yep, that'll help the tax situation!

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Feb 9, 2019 12:49:04   #
Wonttakeitanymore (a regular here)
 
Then why do some people that make only 35000 get 11,000 refunds?

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Feb 9, 2019 12:50:59   #
nwtk2007 (a regular here)
 
Wonttakeitanymore wrote:
Then why do some people that make only 35000 get 11,000 refunds?


Who ya talking to??

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Feb 9, 2019 12:59:13   #
Bad Bob (a regular here)
 
Wonttakeitanymore wrote:
Then why do some people that make only 35000 get 11,000 refunds?



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Feb 9, 2019 13:06:51   #
BigJim
 
A big refund means you have been loaning the government money. Smaller refunds mean more realistic withholding tables have been used. Was probably bad politics. People don't remember the small amounts, just the change in the large amount, the refund.
I was friendly with the night guard in grad school. He was also a numbers runner, taught me about it. I realized that the numbers was a bit like a savings account for the poor, with 50% negative interest and random withdrawals. They made major purchases when they won. They were happy to play.

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Feb 9, 2019 15:16:20   #
ExperienceCounts
 
kemmer wrote:
The news last night told of people all over the country saying that, although they got a little more money in their paychecks, their refunds were much smaller and they had to pay for the first time. But of course, big business and the 1%ers are happy as clams.


As I understood it in the past, Ideal tax collection results in breaking even when filing. You could be penalized for either under-withholding or withholding too much.

Over the last few years, we've been owing the state a modest amount and receiving a slightly larger amount back from the federal government. The state owed amounts have risen slightly and the federal returns are now closer to being a break-even proposition.

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Feb 9, 2019 16:03:00   #
grace scott
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
I haven't received a refund in over thirty years.

And I've never been late paying my taxes.

I prioritize my taxes because this country has afforded me the opportunity to live the American dream.

As far as I'm concerned, it's worth every penny that I have paid in taxes.




For once, I agree with you. What I receive is truly worth every penny I have paid.

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Feb 9, 2019 16:08:27   #
woodguru (a regular here)
 
nwtk2007 wrote:
Who ya talking to??


Some nebulous person that someone heard about...

The working person making $35k typically does get a few thousand back, that working person typically has more withheld from their paycheck to where they have overpaid and get some back...

The GOP...not the IRS, instructed the IRS to reduce the withholding to where their paychecks saw a small increase, but it's looking like they will get back to have to pay.

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Feb 9, 2019 18:31:39   #
maryjane (a regular here)
 
Bad Bob wrote:
https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/07/analysis-how-the-gops-tax-scam-is-now-backfiring-spectacularly.html

The Republican Tax Scam of 2017 — also known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — was filled with tricks and gimmicks designed to hide the fact that it was a massive giveaway to large corporations and the super-rich.
And now that Americans have started to file their 2018 tax returns, the extent of the GOP deception is being seen for the first time.

Writing in Vox, Matthew Yglesias explained that the backlash being seen from many Trump supporters now filing their taxes is a direct result of unconscionable accounting trickery from the IRS.

What the IRS did was intended to make the Tax Scam more popular with American voters, but it is now backfiring spectacularly, and making Trump more unpopular than ever.
The tax law changes did lower tax rates for some Americans right now, although these will reverse in the future. However, the Tax Scam did not lower the actual tax obligations for most workers.
But instead of telling the American people the truth, the administration tried to tweak the IRS’s withholding guidelines. This reduced the amount of tax withholding throughout the year, to increase monthly take home pay. But it didn’t reduce the amount of total tax they owe for the year.

So for most of 2018 the administration did succeed in making it look like taxpayers got a bigger tax cut than they actually did. The IRS reduced the amount of taxes withheld from workers’ weekly paychecks throughout 2018. And, predictably, this had the unfortunate result of people owing taxes at the end of the year.
Millions of Americans are now paying their taxes and either getting smaller refunds than they expected or owing the government more money than they had expected.
According to Yglesias:

If this was intended to give Republicans a boost in the midterms it obviously didn’t work, in part because the once-a-year tax filing process is a lot more salient than the biweekly process of automatic withholding.”
“In fact, they are now facing a backlash from an angry public that includes millions of people who were expecting tax refunds that they are now not going to get.”

Brad Setser, a former deputy assistant secretary in the Treasury Department, explained in the New York Times that while American workers are getting less than they had hoped for from tax reform, corporations are getting even more from the GOP Tax Scam than they were promised.

He pointed out that the tax bill’s corporate rate cuts were promoted as a tool to reduce the incentive for companies to move operations offshore. In fact, it has done the opposite.
He said that the bill Trump signed into law includes a sweetheart deal that allows companies that shift their profits abroad to pay tax at a rate (10.5%) well below the already-reduced corporate income tax (21%).

The result, Setser wrote, was this:
“Overall, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act amounted to a technocratic sleight of hand — a scheme set to shift an even greater share of the federal tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”

tax burden onto the shoulders of American families.”
Trump probably didn’t know about this, but his advisers surely knew what the result of the Tax Scam would be. They left open huge loopholes that allowed large corporations to get away with exactly the kind of abusive tax behavior Trump had promised to stop.

On top of the deception about the effect on personal tax rates, this trickery has left millions of Trump voters feeling let down by what their president has done to them.
Trump promised to bring a flood of business investment from overseas, but it’s not happening. The overhyped Foxconn factory plan in Wisconsin is turning out to be a bust, for example.
All of Trump’s promises are turning out to be lies. He promised to end the corporate tax practices that Americans don’t like, but these practices have actually increased.

While some of his supporters still believe Trump’s lies and misinformation, eventually they will see the truth when forced to confront economic reality.
And the economic reality that millions of Americans are now facing thanks to Donald Trump is an unexpected tax bill.

It’s no surprise that Trump’s approval ratings have fallen to historic lows. There is real pain for working class Americans if they have to come up with thousands of dollars to pay their taxes.
Millions were counting on refunds that they will never receive, and it’s all because they were tricked into supporting the Tax Scam which from the very beginning was intended to hurt them while benefiting the super-rich.

To reverse the horrible impact of the GOP Tax Scam on America, it is necessary for Democrats to win both the Senate and the presidency in the 2020 elections. Hopefully enough Americans now see how they were tricked — and how they must now vote for Democrats if they want to give control of the U.S. government back to the American people instead of to the super-rich and big corporations.
https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/07/analysis-h... (show quote)


Do you really think democrats do not cater to rich corporations/groups? These rich and powerful corporations help all the politicians increase their power and purses, an aim of every politician, even the ultra wealthy ones like Pelosi who just crave power. The truth is that ordinary taxpaying citizens get screwed constantly by everyone in government. The only winners seem to be the politicians, the big money groups and foreigners (nations and people). The only losers seem to be the decreasing middle class that must pay the bills for everybody else but never gets a break from anyone.

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Feb 9, 2019 19:22:27   #
Bad Bob (a regular here)
 
maryjane wrote:
Do you really think democrats do not cater to rich corporations/groups? These rich and powerful corporations help all the politicians increase their power and purses, an aim of every politician, even the ultra wealthy ones like Pelosi who just crave power. The truth is that ordinary taxpaying citizens get screwed constantly by everyone in government. The only winners seem to be the politicians, the big money groups and foreigners (nations and people). The only losers seem to be the decreasing middle class that must pay the bills for everybody else but never gets a break from anyone.
Do you really think democrats do not cater to rich... (show quote)


Why don't you support public financing and limits to campaigning?

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Feb 9, 2019 22:35:36   #
teabag09 (a regular here)
 
I'm with you WC. I usually ending up OWEING a few dollars because I'd rather owe a few and collect interest or be able to use that money as opposed to the govt. having it. Mike
Wolf counselor wrote:
I haven't received a refund in over thirty years.

And I've never been late paying my taxes.

I prioritize my taxes because this country has afforded me the opportunity to live the American dream.

As far as I'm concerned, it's worth every penny that I have paid in taxes.

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