They twist and turn everything.
Maria,"money honey--cnbc" brings up how bout some spending cuts? Dividend taxes the biggest threat,401's etc pensions,it removes incentives,she's great.
I’ve been watching CNBC lately just to see the Democrats who have to deal with the reality of predictable how bad Democrats will make economics in this country. Disclaimer, I am still a long-term retirement investor, where I think my dividends are re-invested tax free, and it’s one way to beat inflation.
It's going to be a heavy tax burden to pay all the interest on the massive amount of debt accumulated during the reign of King Barry. Our best hope is that with good sound conservative economic policy, we'll have strong growth and a very strong supply response in our economy that will contain inflation, and interest rates won't have to rise too much to control inflation. But taxes will eventually have to increase on the middle class to pay for the economic policy disasters of the Obama administration and the huge mountain of debt accumulated between 2009 and 2016. As Romney and Ryan said so wisely..."attacking us is not an economic plan." That's all the democrat leaders do now--they just attack Republicans and make repeated false statements about economic policy and America's federal debt crisis. Where are the economists in this administration and why are they silent about the destructive long-term impact of our exploding federal debt? I assume genuine qualified economists have been completely silenced by order of the White House. Well that means the GOP has an opportunity to bring forward some real economists to make our case that spending has to be cut by an amount at least equal to tax increases, and not through phony gimmicks like saying "we're winding down two wars". That's totally phony because that statement assumes the wars were planned to go on forever, which is completely false. The House Republicans must not agree to any deal that doesn't cut spending (with real spending cuts) by at least as much as any tax increases.