Moron Trump Screws the Poor and Middl...

Moron Trump Screws the Poor and Middle class On Taxes.

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Bronnie

Jamestown, TN

#1 Dec 19, 2017
Trump's tax plan in Trump country? Not so hot

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OnPolitics Today: Trump's tax plan in Trump country? Not so hot,And YES Trump Lied again to you...

President Trump steps off Marine One on the south lawn
Most Americans know little about sweeping tax reforms set to pass this week. President Trump called them a gift to the middle class, claiming they'll be "not good for me." In reality, the bill offers hefty tax cuts for wealthy Americans like Trump, and voters in states that backed him seem skeptical.

"We're not going to feel any (tax) relief and, if anything, it will get a little worse," said Christopher Swan, one of group of older guys who sip coffee at Randall's Uptown tavern in Mauston, Wis. Others expressed puzzlement, wariness or cynicism in dozens of interviews with the USA TODAY NETWORK. And the plan's fared poorly in national surveys.

Also on Monday: How soon the tax plan could affect you, and Trump's talk on national security.

It's OnPolitics Today, the daily politics roundup from USA TODAY. Subscribe here.

When will this tax plan will hit your paycheck?

Most of the changes take place next year, but that won't affect your 2017 tax return. It could hit your paycheck deductions by the end of winter, though, affecting take-home pay. Dive into when it could affect medical expenses and shareholders. And with sufficient votes in line, Republican Sen. John McCain signaled he would skip his vote to recover from cancer treatment in Arizona. Additionally, Vice President Pence delayed a Middle East trip to act as the tie-breaking vote, if needed.

Trump's national security plan: Get rich

Trump outlined his national security plan on Monday, one emphasizing trade, energy and tax reform in a "new era of competitiveness." It's the first big update of U.S. foreign policy since 2015 , and tries to balance viewing China and Russia as economic rivals while also asking for their help with challenges like North Korea's nuclear program. Trump read the address from a teleprompter Monday in a soft, dispassionate voice: "We know that American success is not a foregone conclusion. It must be earned, and it must be won."
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Right Winger

Charleston, WV

#3 Dec 19, 2017
Bronnie wrote:
Trump's tax plan in Trump country? Not so hot

USA TODAY noreply@reply.usatoday.com via bounce.exacttarget.com

with Josh Hafner

OnPolitics Today: Trump's tax plan in Trump country? Not so hot,And YES Trump Lied again to you...

President Trump steps off Marine One on the south lawn
Most Americans know little about sweeping tax reforms set to pass this week. President Trump called them a gift to the middle class, claiming they'll be "not good for me." In reality, the bill offers hefty tax cuts for wealthy Americans like Trump, and voters in states that backed him seem skeptical.

"We're not going to feel any (tax) relief and, if anything, it will get a little worse," said Christopher Swan, one of group of older guys who sip coffee at Randall's Uptown tavern in Mauston, Wis. Others expressed puzzlement, wariness or cynicism in dozens of interviews with the USA TODAY NETWORK. And the plan's fared poorly in national surveys.

Also on Monday: How soon the tax plan could affect you, and Trump's talk on national security.

It's OnPolitics Today, the daily politics roundup from USA TODAY. Subscribe here.

When will this tax plan will hit your paycheck?

Most of the changes take place next year, but that won't affect your 2017 tax return. It could hit your paycheck deductions by the end of winter, though, affecting take-home pay. Dive into when it could affect medical expenses and shareholders. And with sufficient votes in line, Republican Sen. John McCain signaled he would skip his vote to recover from cancer treatment in Arizona. Additionally, Vice President Pence delayed a Middle East trip to act as the tie-breaking vote, if needed.

Trump's national security plan: Get rich

Trump outlined his national security plan on Monday, one emphasizing trade, energy and tax reform in a "new era of competitiveness." It's the first big update of U.S. foreign policy since 2015 , and tries to balance viewing China and Russia as economic rivals while also asking for their help with challenges like North Korea's nuclear program. Trump read the address from a teleprompter Monday in a soft, dispassionate voice: "We know that American success is not a foregone conclusion. It must be earned, and it must be won."
You should have more respect for your country and your President than to call him a Moran.
President Trump is a very smart man and he's gonna make America GREAT again. Maybe your upset because it doesn't help if your living off the goverment or scamming the government.
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Steak

United States

#6 Dec 22, 2017
Bronnie wrote:
Trump's tax plan in Trump country? Not so hot

USA TODAY noreply@reply.usatoday.com via bounce.exacttarget.com

with Josh Hafner

OnPolitics Today: Trump's tax plan in Trump country? Not so hot,And YES Trump Lied again to you...

President Trump steps off Marine One on the south lawn
Most Americans know little about sweeping tax reforms set to pass this week. President Trump called them a gift to the middle class, claiming they'll be "not good for me." In reality, the bill offers hefty tax cuts for wealthy Americans like Trump, and voters in states that backed him seem skeptical.

"We're not going to feel any (tax) relief and, if anything, it will get a little worse," said Christopher Swan, one of group of older guys who sip coffee at Randall's Uptown tavern in Mauston, Wis. Others expressed puzzlement, wariness or cynicism in dozens of interviews with the USA TODAY NETWORK. And the plan's fared poorly in national surveys.

Also on Monday: How soon the tax plan could affect you, and Trump's talk on national security.

It's OnPolitics Today, the daily politics roundup from USA TODAY. Subscribe here.

When will this tax plan will hit your paycheck?

Most of the changes take place next year, but that won't affect your 2017 tax return. It could hit your paycheck deductions by the end of winter, though, affecting take-home pay. Dive into when it could affect medical expenses and shareholders. And with sufficient votes in line, Republican Sen. John McCain signaled he would skip his vote to recover from cancer treatment in Arizona. Additionally, Vice President Pence delayed a Middle East trip to act as the tie-breaking vote, if needed.

Trump's national security plan: Get rich

Trump outlined his national security plan on Monday, one emphasizing trade, energy and tax reform in a "new era of competitiveness." It's the first big update of U.S. foreign policy since 2015 , and tries to balance viewing China and Russia as economic rivals while also asking for their help with challenges like North Korea's nuclear program. Trump read the address from a teleprompter Monday in a soft, dispassionate voice: "We know that American success is not a foregone conclusion. It must be earned, and it must be won."
You really believe this grap - maybe try reading it your self & if you canít read - have someone with a 3rd grade education read and explain it to you
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Supporter

Summersville, WV

#9 Dec 23, 2017
The poor? How can you screw the poor? They don't pay taxes anyway.
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Steak

United States

#12 Dec 27, 2017
Bronnie wrote:
Trump's tax plan in Trump country? Not so hot

USA TODAY noreply@reply.usatoday.com via bounce.exacttarget.com

with Josh Hafner

OnPolitics Today: Trump's tax plan in Trump country? Not so hot,And YES Trump Lied again to you...

President Trump steps off Marine One on the south lawn
Most Americans know little about sweeping tax reforms set to pass this week. President Trump called them a gift to the middle class, claiming they'll be "not good for me." In reality, the bill offers hefty tax cuts for wealthy Americans like Trump, and voters in states that backed him seem skeptical.

"We're not going to feel any (tax) relief and, if anything, it will get a little worse," said Christopher Swan, one of group of older guys who sip coffee at Randall's Uptown tavern in Mauston, Wis. Others expressed puzzlement, wariness or cynicism in dozens of interviews with the USA TODAY NETWORK. And the plan's fared poorly in national surveys.

Also on Monday: How soon the tax plan could affect you, and Trump's talk on national security.

It's OnPolitics Today, the daily politics roundup from USA TODAY. Subscribe here.

When will this tax plan will hit your paycheck?

Most of the changes take place next year, but that won't affect your 2017 tax return. It could hit your paycheck deductions by the end of winter, though, affecting take-home pay. Dive into when it could affect medical expenses and shareholders. And with sufficient votes in line, Republican Sen. John McCain signaled he would skip his vote to recover from cancer treatment in Arizona. Additionally, Vice President Pence delayed a Middle East trip to act as the tie-breaking vote, if needed.

Trump's national security plan: Get rich

Trump outlined his national security plan on Monday, one emphasizing trade, energy and tax reform in a "new era of competitiveness." It's the first big update of U.S. foreign policy since 2015 , and tries to balance viewing China and Russia as economic rivals while also asking for their help with challenges like North Korea's nuclear program. Trump read the address from a teleprompter Monday in a soft, dispassionate voice: "We know that American success is not a foregone conclusion. It must be earned, and it must be won."
What by the poor not paying taxes & middle class getting a cut
- the only thing screw up is you
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IN THE KNOW

Beckley, WV

#14 Dec 27, 2017
Upon further review 147 million will get tax savings and the tax plan has already lowered state taxes and corrupt city personal property taxes and lowered your individual property tax and simplyfied the tax code and is lowering taxes on a state and city level. Morons are those who jump to conclusions and have no idea what is really going on. Business are hiring already and bonuses and increased wages are happening since tax was lowered. Just remember the democrats are eating crow right now and back peddling on all lies. PS watch your 401k rise each month.
No Bull Bear

Oak Hill, WV

#15 Dec 27, 2017
IN THE KNOW wrote:
Morons are those who jump to conclusions and have no idea what is really going on.
Hit the nail on the head here.

First off the "savings" are temporary tax cuts that end in roughly 5-8 years resulting in the average American paying more in taxes than they are now.

Secondly what the average moron does not see is that while there are lower tax savings, most the deductions have been wrecked thanks to that "simplified" tax code, Meaning that while getting some tax savings, most Americans will be PAYING tax due to no longer having access to deductions.

The tax breaks given to the wealthy are permanent. So lets recap that. The government is already struggling year to year under the weight of its budget. Yet even though individuals make up 8 times the amount of taxes collected than corporations, the plan is to permanently slash the corporate tax rate. While giving individuals a nominal and temporary tax cut with the clear intention that it is individuals who are going to be paying for this. So basically they are opening the budgetary floodgates going out, then putting up sluice gates to hinder how much comes in.

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There are supposed to be provisions that encourage corporations to return to the US. Thinking that will help restore jobs. However there are also provisions that reward company for adding automation. Automation being the second biggest reason for the current job struggle today.

Trickle down economics has NEVER worked any where it has ever been tried. Its nothing more than wealth redistribution and its concept is basically attempting socialism merged with nepotism of the government picking winners and losers.

All this plan is based around one a centralized concept. The expectation of 3 percent growth. If you take out the tech explosion of the 1990s that saw the rise of the internet. the US has not seen 3 percent growth in nearly half a century. The US is the largest economy on earth. This projection expects 3 percent growth despite there being nothing to generate it. Computers generated the last growth spurt. While there can be such an innovation at any time, you cannot plan for such random events to make economic policy on. Especially when there is NO possibility that this trickle down economics give to the rich is going to have any possible way of generating growth when the corporations are going to be rewarded for eliminating even more jobs.

So yeah, truer words were never spoken. This is a case of con men duping a minority of morons into jumping at the conclusions they are told to jump at who have not the slightest clue what they are talking about. It is the same "job creator" myth that makes absolutely no sense in a capitalistic society and has never worked for the working class.

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