Skip to comments.Democrats’ tax plans reflect profound shift in public mood
Posted on 02/03/2019 3:45:57 AM PST by C19fan
From the outset, several top-tier Democratic presidential candidates are pushing for new taxes on the wealthiest Americans and attempting to portray themselves as best positioned to fight the countrys yawning inequality gap. It is an indication of how much the Democratic Party is shifting and how far the candidates are willing to go to appeal to the partys energetic liberal faction. The debate over wealth particularly with billionaires in the field and Democrats challenging a president whose riches helped get him to the White House is a dominant theme of the early primary season.
Among the first advisers the candidates are consulting are not foreign affairs veterans or domestic policy experts, but economists.
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Those foundations need to be looked at because I’m thinking money is being laundered through them with funds ultimately tracing back to foreign entities, like drug cartels. That would explain a lot of things,like intransigence against real border security. Why else would they shut down the govt for 3 weeks over foreigners.
Republicans should introduce a bill that does increase taxes on the wealthiest 1 percent. Let’s make it 80 per cent. Throw into the bill that bundling campaign donations will be illegal, foreign donations to campaigns will be illegal, corporate campaign donations will be illegal and that personal political contributions per family will be $5,000. Also, no campaign contributions are allowed one month prior to the election.
I wonder if the Democrats would bite on that.
Democrats challenging a president whose riches helped get him to the White House.
Fact: Democrats ticked because they spent more money on race to White House with rigged election and still lost.
Propose a 90% tax on wealth not income.
Watch Tom Steyer, Soros, Pelosi, Buffet, Zuckerberg, Bezos, the Hollywood elite, et al scream like raped apes.
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