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" Emboldened by the failing of Republicans to pass health care regulations by themselves, Us senate Democrats are confiscating the chance to influence the coming overhaul of the tax code with an ask for bipartisanship.

However the advance got a frosty reception from Republicans on Tuesday regardless of recent musings regarding functioning throughout party lines.

On Tuesday, 45 Senate Democrats sent a letter to President Trump; the Us senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell; and also Legislator Orrin G. Hatch, the Republican politician chairman of the Us senate Money Board, urging them to work with Democrats on a tax strategy.

The Democrats are connecting as they have been aiming to overhaul their populist economic schedule as well as while Republicans are reeling from their failed effort to reverse the Affordable Treatment Act. Both parties are considering the Republicans' capacity to press ahead with their schedule while maintaining rigorous partial lines." *.

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  1. Posted by Bahamut The Great Guardian Force, at Reply

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  2. Posted by Cisco Blue, at Reply

    Alt Right = Alt Left

    • Posted by liquidminds, at Reply

      alvatrous alt left and alt right have nothing to do with left and right. Alt-left and alt-right are all about corporate freedoms. Alt-left tries to give freedom to corporations, letting them do whatever they want, while alt-right wants protection for corporations, protecting them from any dangers that may occur. i.e. not being sued for misconduct.

      Other than corporations, no one is alt-anything. But they try to communicate as if the left was going alt-left and the right going alt-right, so that they can switch the debate to “should we increase corporate rights or should we decrease corporate responsibilities?”

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply

      Right wing Authoritarianism = My 1st amendment rights trump your 14th amendment rights. Aka, ban gay marriage, abortion, teach creationism in schools, I have the right to discriminate while citing “religious freedom” aka baker in Colorado….

      Left wing Authoritarianism = I want my right to live the way I want without personal beliefs, I want bathroom rights, I want education and healthcare for all becasue a educated and healthy population works longer and pays more taxes,…

      Yeah they are not even close as I do not see the far left trying to remove Constitutional rights from anyone.

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply


      *” Alt-left tries to give freedom to corporations, letting them do whatever they want,”*

      You just did not say that….It is the alt-left that wants to put regulation in place to prevent corporations from doing what they want in say damaging the environment, working conditions, and other protections such as Glass-Seagal…. It is the right that wants the corporations to do whatever they want by removing regulation claiming it damages businesses.

  3. Posted by Lachlan Bold, at Reply

    American tax loopholes are big enough for a Blue Whale to swim through.

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply

      +Michael Thor

      *”MrGnarus Right about what? he doesn’t say anything he just rants about what he thinks is gonna happen with no proof “*

      You are absolute proof that people like you only hear what they want to hear. Cenk gave proof on what happens if you perform these tax cuts….. its called Kansas. Try watching the debate again as he does mention it and if you want Kansas’s tax problems on a federal level then you truly are a jackass.

    • Posted by Ryan Rose, at Reply

      and its funny they couldnt agree on health care, but they can all agree on giving themf tax cuts lol

  4. Posted by Jose Martinez, at Reply

    Well doesn’t make you a corporate prostitute by asking for 4 million dollars to fund your operations Genk?

    • Posted by George kush, at Reply

      Emma yea companies are bribing our politicians. LETS DISMANTLE OUR DEMOCRACY

    • Posted by Mister Stevo, at Reply

      @Jose Martinez. Actually no it doesn’t make him a corporate prostitute. Only the supreme court thinks so because they say money is speech because they are pro corporate clowns. A point Ben completely missed. Try again.

    • Posted by MissArtSucker, at Reply

      okay know it all then how much do Ben ask for when he started his business? hmmm

    • Posted by Nick B, at Reply

      Jose Martinez You can if there’s public campaign financing.

  5. Posted by Raiku Anime II, at Reply

    The rich creates the jobs YOU DUMBASS!

    • Posted by 6dazey9, at Reply


    • Posted by trippplefive, at Reply

      Raiku Anime II then give it to those who create jobs and not blanket tax cuts for everybody you idiot

    • Posted by Jimmy Cotreau, at Reply

      This has got to be a joke.

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply


      I had plenty of time to read what he said. Sometimes in order to explain a concept one must actually explain it. If you want everything in a slick fast food type manner you may never understand complicated systems. It is why so many people today are ignorant.

      I suggest you actually read and understand what he wrote.

  6. Posted by Art of street work out, at Reply

    If US tax is so low, then over seas company already return US. Stupid #losercenk! Why American company hide their tax in Cayman island to begin with?

    • Posted by James Rounding, at Reply

      DAPL will create temporary jobs. Once a pipeline is running it only takes a few people to run.

    • Posted by Mister Stevo, at Reply

      Because of the Cayman islands is a tax shelter you idiot. Who doesn’t know that? Seriously if you want to debate these issues just try to educate yourself a little.

    • Posted by Art of street work out, at Reply

      If that the case then turn America into tax shelter also

    • Posted by Mister Stevo, at Reply

      So you don’t know what a tax shelter is do you? See if you did that then you wouldn’t be able to pay for things like the military, medicare, social security, infrastructure, Trump’s big beautiful wall, ect. Unless you decided to tax the hell out of individuals.  You understand that running the government costs money right?   Companies operate in places like the United States because there is a market for goods and services.  Its not unfair to make them pay their fair share in order to operate in a safe and secure market.

    • Posted by CmdrData79, at Reply

      American companies hiding money in the Cayman Islands is part of the problem. There is a huge disparity between the tax rate on paper, and the rate companies actually end up paying. Both need to change; Loopholes need to be closed, and the tax rate on paper needs to be lower, so the actual dollars paid by corporations are fair. Right now nothing is fair about the corporate tax system.

  7. Posted by John O'Malley, at Reply

    Pelosi is sickening. She is a senile old fart that should have left the party in 2010.

    • Posted by PurushaDesa, at Reply

      John O’Malley
      She’s creepy and ghoulish too. Her head shakes around so much when she talks. Maybe there’s no soul left in there.

    • Posted by MoppyPuppy, at Reply

      John O’Malley If she was the Democratic Presidential candidate running against Trump you would defend her, just like how Democrats defended Clinton.

    • Posted by M.W. Johnson, at Reply

      MoppyPuppy – Before I ask this, I am declaring that I despise Hillary Clinton and thought she was one of the worst candidates ever chosen to run for Democrats. Additionally, not only was this election worse than the one in 2000, it was the worst I have ever had to vote on (voting since 1976). However, with the clown Trump being the alternative, I ask, did you vote for him or independent? Just curious.

  8. Posted by Brandon Jackson, at Reply

    Ya know I’m glad Cenk got booed at the debate with Ben Shapiro.He and other progressives need to learn the hard way that the failings of liberal initiatives being implemented don’t just lie at the feet of establishment Republican and Democrats but also due to an ignorant general public. And the fact that the audience booed at Cenk saying we should get money out of politics proves that America’s population is indeed ignorant and are not secret progressives.

    • Posted by Technicolor YaYa, at Reply

      I know this is kind of “old school”… but maybe a little punctuation would help people to understand his meaning. Reading comprehension only goes as far as the writer will let it… just a thought.

    • Posted by Peter Tromp, at Reply

      What you’re saying here is my great fear – that the public is as ignorant as they appear. That’s what the Dems and especially the GOP rely on. If the American people are as ignorant as you say, and as it appears, there is no hope for the U.S. and by extension the rest of the world.

    • Posted by Jimmy Cotreau, at Reply

      So did they boo because liberal policies are stupid, or boo because they’re stupid? I’m confused by your statement. If it’s the latter, I agree with you.

    • Posted by bobbytookalook, at Reply

      That’s how I interpreted the comment. It is my belief that the booing/cheering/USA chanting at rallies and such is just herd mentality. When everyone around you is doing it, then you join in.

      Think of all those upstanding teen-aged boys at the BSA Jamboree cheering and chanting at stuff they probably haven’t given a thought to in their short lives to date, or go to any sporting event.

      It’s easy to get people to cheer and react emotionally, that’s what all charismatic orators do. It’s sad how easily crowds are incited, but that’s human nature.

    • Posted by bobbytookalook, at Reply

      Not stupid, just immature and uninformed politically speaking.

  9. Posted by Andrew Wells, at Reply

    Lower corporate tax rates = higher tax collection because of increased investment. You already got absolutely destroyed on this point by Ben Shapiro. The same effect happened with income tax under Reagan and Coolidge, Cenk is pig-ignorant on data and facts as per usual. Regressives are the creationists of economics, history and politics.

    • Posted by TheByzantineBeserker, at Reply

      Rusty McKee. Herbert Hoover and FDR were responsible for the Great Depression.

    • Posted by Jock Wochi, at Reply

      @TheByzantineBeserker: Hahaha! Ever thought of a career as a stand-up comic? Let’s sort out the timeline.

      FDR became President in 1932 and appointed Hoover after that. The Great Depression started in 1929, three years before. So FDR was a time traveller??

    • Posted by MoppyPuppy, at Reply

      Increased investment, aka increased money piles in off shore accounts.

  10. Posted by abscondam, at Reply

    *Oh look Liberals complaining about capitalism because they are too stupid to be successful. This is news?*

    • Posted by liquidminds, at Reply

      Pretty much as smart as saying democratic people are just too weak to handle a dictatorship…

    • Posted by James Rounding, at Reply

      Glenn Beck’s network is headed for bankruptcy and Cenk’s network is doing really well. So I guess you are wrong on that instance.

    • Posted by William Ng, at Reply

      in pure capitalist society, there will not be police but private security, when your house on fire you call fire department and first thing they ask is your credit card number….. same goes with emergency healthcare…. so make sure you’re cashed up bcos the world you want is dog eats dog

  11. Posted by PREPARE YOURSELF!, at Reply

    Cenk started TYT with a small loan of $4 million to start his corporation….

    • Posted by George kush, at Reply

      PREPARE YOURSELF! A loan isn’t free money from daddy it’s money you pay back which he did and is winning as Trump would say. 6 of the top richest men inherited there wealth

    • Posted by MoppyPuppy, at Reply

      We’re not against corporations _because_ they’re corporations, it’s because they don’t pay their taxes and push it on *you.*

    • Posted by Mister Stevo, at Reply

      lol you think Trump only got $1 million. Look up how much he inherited from his Dad. Also Cenk started TYT in his living room with no funding. He built it into something worthy of investment.

    • Posted by Hermes Trismegistus, at Reply

      You alt-right retards are just mad that Cenk has a very successful business, which he started by himself and, yes, used a business loan to grow–as almost all small businesses do at some point…

  12. Posted by captain bigballs, at Reply

    Corporate Democrats are almost as big as assholes as Republicans. Almost.

    • Posted by Stefan Radev, at Reply

      captain bigballs
      More polished ways,same results? Sad but true what you said (3rd,4th,etc party?)

  13. Posted by shutdafup, at Reply

    As a poor person I don’t understand the reason rich people want even more money than they actually need or can use in a comfortable lifetime ………. If I had a million dollars i’d be happy to give half of it to help people ……. Why doesn’t people with Billions think this ?

    • Posted by krono fogden, at Reply

      CmdrData79 well said, couldnt agree moređź‘Ť

    • Posted by bobbytookalook, at Reply

      Because the are largely sociopaths.

    • Posted by CovfefeAddict, at Reply

      A sociopathic NEED to hoard money.  It’s a mental disorder.

    • Posted by Robert Brewster, at Reply

      Money is the only drug you need to survive, they are terminally addicted to it. But it isn’t terminal to the addict but everyone else.

    • Posted by Fred Hampton's Ghost, at Reply


      It’s the logic and law of capitalism. If your wealth doesn’t grow, it will regress and contract.

  14. Posted by MrGnarus, at Reply

    TYT is becoming a threat before our eyes. FAKE accounts are being created to attack tyt on youtube. Where are these people coming from? a single source? organizations? multiple organizations?

    • Posted by Shining Star, at Reply

      MrGnarus They did it to themselves by supporting social causes and aligning themselves with SJWs.
      Secular Talk did a great job explaining how Democrats want to keep pushing social justice issues in 2020 to avoid economic issues. A lot of people have figured this out and are sick of it.

      If Cenk disavowed social justice and BLM tomorrow his channel would become popular again. But he can’t because of Jay R.

    • Posted by ScreenFunFacts, at Reply

      You know you’re succesful and is seen as a threat when you grab enough attention to the point that bot farms are being created just to attack you.

    • Posted by Alternative Facts Survivor, at Reply

      Shining Star Social justice will never be out of the objective, and if you say that they are only doing that you are just another random hater that gives tyt more presence.

  15. Posted by Guernicaman, at Reply

    Reaganomics never worked. It’s been proven to never have worked & no matter how many times they’ll try it’ll never work. This is nothing but highway robbery from the 1% & the mega corporations.

    • Posted by Blubbery Cone, at Reply

      Actually if you look at the beginning of Reagan’s administration and the end, Unemployment rate was lower, the median income rose and the poverty rate went down.

    • Posted by Peter Tromp, at Reply

      But the Republicans got a neat trick: just blame the opposition. When Reaganomics fails, just say “They blocked us at every turn; we could never implement it the way we wanted to, so of course it failed. It’s their fault.” Works almost every time. You can always rely on the Dems to shoot themselves in the foot when trying to respond. It’s almost as if they are paid to do that. Hmm…paid to lose? Surely not the Democratic Party.

    • Posted by Guernicaman, at Reply

      But there were still too many tax breaks for the super rich, which created a huge deficit. The economy hadn’t gone globally either w/stuff like NAFTA yet. Trickle-down economics only did things worse, not better in today’s global economy.

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply

      +Blueberry Cone

      Yes, but the deficit doubled, wages were stagnant as the bonuses all started going to the top, manufacturing declined, and the number of jobs increased due to military contractor spending, aka fueling the war machine) which will only last so long as it is a false economy based on perpetual debt spending.

      Reagan also lowered taxes on corporations and the rich while increasing the SSI tax which essentially is a tax on the middle class and where the burden remains today.

      Look you can sugar coat Reagan all you want, but his ideas is what lead to most of the financial problems within our government today and a shrinking middle class.

  16. Posted by Steve Pax, at Reply

    Keep everything else the same and just increase the individual deduction to $30,000 per person. That is 100% fair and helps everyone.

  17. Posted by King Nobody, at Reply

    You see, the con is that they’ve allowed us more social reforms and freedoms while slowly strangling and diverting the economy, funneling resources from the public purse, and engineering disasters. Then when those disasters occur, they swoop in and take away those freedoms and social reforms that they allowed us. Now there is no justice socially or economically. Now they have EVERYTHING. That’s the corporate con. Greatest con in human history.

  18. Posted by Zach Halsey, at Reply

    corporate effective tax rate should be 90% imo

  19. Posted by MaxSantos, at Reply

    They care about wining elections… They care so much that they choose to be on the side of the only people that can influence the elections, the rich!
    The only thing polls do is to make people think: “See, we all agree, lets just wait a bit longer and we will get there”… and in the meanwhile, another 4 years go by.