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" Republican lawmakers unveiled a sweeping reword of the tax obligation code on Thursday, outlining a $1.5 trillion plan that will certainly provide a substantial tax obligation cut for firms as well as more small financial savings for middle-class family members while tilting the United States closer, however not completely, towards the type of tax obligation system long championed by businesses.

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  1. Posted by MARKIE GREEN, at Reply

    VOTE ALL REPUBLICANS OUT OF OFFICE2018…..THEY’RE EVIL CROOKS

    • Posted by Mallorie Erin, at Reply

      MARKIE GREEN and replace them with what? Dems are no better… We need a miracle

  2. Posted by red homeskillet, at Reply

    America is turning into a third world oligarchy

    • Posted by Christopher Balsom, at Reply

      Now, I’m no conservative or Republican, more of a centrist myself, but aren’t liberals, progressives, and Democrats the ones that are always arguing against State rights, and pushing for a strong, centralized government that’s in control of healthcare, education, and the economy? Pretty sure they’re the ones pushing for an oligarchy.

    • Posted by DucksDoctor, at Reply

      Christopher Balsom Every modern nation is going to have a centralized government. So where we draw the line is important to progressives.

      Progressives have started multiple different organizations to get money out of politics (Wolfpac wants an amendment to the constitution, justice democrats wants to primary corrupt candidates on both the Democrat and republican side and do not accept corporate money). Multi-national corporations, big pharma, the prison and military industrial complex, as well as the gun lobby all own our government. The reason being, money equals free speech, therefore the more money you have the louder your speech.

      If progressives have their way, then the government will return to being owned by the people, as it’s representatives will actually work for the people again.

      So no, leaving it the way it is now is why the government is failing. Progressives will replace the oligarchy, with a proper social democracy. Regardless of whether you independents like our policies, you should want our agenda to remove money from politics to succeed as corruption is the biggest political issue we face currently (on both sides). The DNC and Clinton debacle, the fact that we can’t pass simple gun legislation, are all just symptoms of the corruption problem.

    • Posted by Blackatchaproduction, at Reply

      Turning? It’s been

  3. Posted by Goahead, at Reply

    I have proudly voted for each president ever since I was old enough to vote.
    The night I found out that Trump became president, I knew I will be living through the worst times of my American life in this country of ours!

  4. Posted by Garett James, at Reply

    Bush wasn’t dumb. He played dumb. He put on a fake accent and bought a ranch in Texas right before campaigning. He played a part to win. Trump is genuinely dumb. He was born into money and he’s not putting on an act. It just so happens that Trump resonates with other dummies naturally. There’s a huge difference.

    • Posted by mr .poopytime, at Reply

      Garett James nah… Bush was an idiot too.

    • Posted by ross vandenberg, at Reply

      You are very wrong Garett. Bush was the perfect lackey for the Republicans (just like poor voters in the US) because he was a complete idiot and they could manipulate his every action.

    • Posted by RiotforPeacePlz, at Reply

      Garett James the sad thing is you thought he was putting on a act. Kinda explains how Trump got in charge.

    • Posted by Tatchko, at Reply

      Nah. Bush was dumb too. The big difference was that he didn’t have an absolutely unchecked ego and was smart enough to realize that maybe, just maybe, he should listen to what smart people had to say.

      Trump thinks he’s the smartest person in the room even when he’s clearly not. That’s the difference.

  5. Posted by Scott Prouty, at Reply

    Where do I find the video of the monopoly game experiment?

  6. Posted by 3star2nr, at Reply

    That will destroy contract engineering… The irony is most contract engineers voted for trump.

    People are morons

  7. Posted by James Harris, at Reply

    I suspect the GOP now believes middle-class conservative voters will continue to support them no matter what they do. And they are probably right. Ignorance and gullibility seem to be spreading among the GOP base like the plague.

  8. Posted by LINDA B, at Reply

    THEY ARE SO EMPTY HEADED–IT’S AMAZING….THE MC HAVE BEEN TAKEN CARE OF FOR SO LONG…THEY CAN’T READ THE WRITING ON THE WALL…..WE DON’T NEED YOU ANY MORE….SO DROP DEAD BECAUSE OUR WHITE EVIL ASSES ARE DYING OUT ANYWAY….AND WE ARE GOING OUT WITH A BANG……THE MONEY IS OURS AND WE WILL ENJOY IT ALL….SO GET LOST.

  9. Posted by Mysty333, at Reply

    Cenk I think you are being to kind thinking that they don’t know! And – if they don’t know why are passing laws on something they haven’t READ!!!

  10. Posted by Marco Esteban, at Reply

    So instead of taking a few steps forward we just took a few steps backwards and now the middle class has been shafted once again. I heard KY lube stocks are skyrocketing…

  11. Posted by democratic socialism, at Reply

    THE REPUBLICANS TIME IS COMING TO A END

  12. Posted by icampos89, at Reply

    Everyone knows the first and second estates are exempt from taxes. It’s a privilege of the aristocracy.

  13. Posted by TWSTF 8, at Reply

    They’ll still get Joe Manchin’s vote.

  14. Posted by Consider This, at Reply

    Based on Cenk’s explanation, I would say he has been drinking the cool aide again. Saying the Republicans aren’t conspiring to defraud the voters is rubbish, they most certainly are.

  15. Posted by ThePhilosopher1748, at Reply

    We need a flat tax where everyone pays the same rate. No one should be punished for their success and no one should be exempt from paying taxes.

  16. Posted by rose quartz, at Reply

    Poor people voting against their own interests 😒

  17. Posted by maxxmann, at Reply

    Damn, and right after Obama had made life so much better for the middle class……. :/

  18. Posted by Paul Dute, at Reply

    I have a 90 year mother in Assisted Living Care Level 4, and I am SCARED TO DEATH over the Medical Expenses Deduction, not reduced but ELIMINATED totally.  Do these Republicans realize how much per month the family has to come up with to keep our mother comfortable and safe!  We need that Medical Care Deduction.  I know this will not take effect immediately, so the family has time to plan, but I am scared!

  19. Posted by WhyBother, at Reply

    So they keep shrinking middle class. It’s like they want to chop their own feet. Do people really buy it that a few bad immigrants are worst than this mass robbery? Nice distraction to rob people blind.