Skip to comments.What Would You Rather See From President Trump First?
Posted on 02/09/2017 8:37:34 AM PST by Enlightened1
What would you rather see from President Trump first?
Broad Tax Cuts
Broad Tax Cuts
*** BOTH ***
Broad obamacare tax cuts.
When given a choice...take both
(Peter’s laws, #2)
We are due to be ding'd for almost 1,300 dollars this year for that travesty.
Tax cuts do me no good without Obamacare repeal.
Plus, you could say they are one and the same since justice Roberts said Obamacare was a tax.
Tax cut first. But I’m being selfish as I have other coverage.
Has to be Obamacare Penalty Repeal, because there’s only two months until the April filing deadline for 2016 taxes.
Get cracking, guys! You passed such a bill through both houses of Congress last year (by simple majority on budget reconciliation), only to have Obama veto it.
Obamacare will NEVER BE REPEALED, so it has to be Tax Cuts for $100
Tax cuts. Get this stagnant economy up-to-speed and get the labor participation rate up again. That’ll take care many of the health insurance cases right there.
I still do not see why these JAs can’t multitask these into parallel legislative tracks?
Both is not an option.
That’s not an option.
Agree the stock market will boom if it’s major.
If Obamacare isn’t repealed by the 2018 elections, the Republican Party will be toast. Under Obama, they voted many times to eliminate Obamacare. Now that it has a chance of passing, they twiddle and find excuses.
Hillary in an orange jump suit and John McCain in retirement
But for dudes also, not just broads.
I think broad tax cuts are sexist and exclusionary.
Tax cuts first. Then ObamaCare repeal. Then everything else.
Both are complicated issues. Both can bills can be written and progressed at the same time - they are in different committees. Congress needs to begin actually working full work days, full work weeks and producing good results.
Vote and pass deathcare first, as it directly hurts people. Then immediately address tax reduction and simplification as it also hurts people to have high business taxes and personal income taxes through lower economic activity and fewer good jobs.
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