That means reform in other areas too. Like maybe in the EIC and tax return areas-as in any returns calculated to go to people already living OFF the system, would be prorated and adjusted to allow for some returns back INTO the system, rather than just more draining of it.<quoted text> The Obama Administration was ready and eager from day one of re-election to join the republicans on meaningful tax reform ,but it was republicans who backed off , claimed tax reform wasn't necessary because Obama already got his tax raise for the wealthy then rushed into making a embarrassing scene of fussing over phony "scandals" Yeah, there's a rotten example to show the rest of the world.
That, and of of course, tightening up some of the BS loopholes, so corporate entities might actually have to contribute honestly at reasonable and fair levels again.
Such a downhill slide in ethics over the past 35-40 years. Effort would be required from BOTH sides of those aisles however, for this nation to see better again though.