How Democrats can stick it to Trump 4


I present a modest proposal on how Democrats can ‘stick to to Trump’ and his entire gang of greedy, self-centered Republicans. It is so ridiculously easy: More…

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The Pelosi deceit 3


By Tom Quiner

Please recall that Nancy Pelosi promised Americans that Obamacare would save you and me $2500 per year on our health insurance premiums.

It didn’t. Premiums went up by that amount, not down. She missed the mark by $5000. Chump change to a limousine liberal like Ms. Pelosi.

Now she characterizes the Republicans tax plan as theft because [drumroll!] it lets Americans keep more of THEIR OWN MONEY.

Takeaway points:

  1. Leftists like Pelosi consider your individual productivity as being owned by the state, not the individual.
  2. Leftists like Pelosi have remarkable chutzpah. They have no shame in lying. Eighty-percent of taxpayers will see their taxes lowered. Lower income families with children may actually get a check from the state! Ms. Pelosi considers this theft.

Democrats are engaged in a high-stakes game of political deceit. They have the mainstream media on their side. How will they spin bigger paychecks for working class families come February? How will they spin a roaring economy? How will they spin bigger bonuses … and more jobs … and more opportunity? Will they pull out their mantra from the 80s, the ‘decade of greed?’

There are legitimate pros and cons to the Republican plan, far more pros than cons in this humble blogger’s estimation. The likes of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, however, insult our intelligence with their hysterical put down of tax reform that so many of their caucus had previously supported.

It is hard for Nancy Pelosi to outdo herself, but I do believe she has succeeded.

 

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