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The Swamp does not respect Steve Bannon's faux-populist tax obligation ideas. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Inform us what you assume in the comment area listed below.

" Jonathan Swan of the news site Axios reported late Sunday that primary planner Steve Bannon is advocating a walk on the leading tax obligation bracket to fund a remarkable cut on tax obligations for center- and lower-income Americans.

Bannon intends to get the leading tax obligation bracket, which stands at 39.5%, into the 40s, according to Axios. The top bracket applies to individuals making $418,400 or greater as well as couples making $470,700 or higher.

While this could not please several large Republican donors or political activity teams, it is a popular message for tax reform. According to a Morning Consult/Politico survey in May, 62% of Americans think that "upper-income individuals" pay too little in tax obligations.

The Axios report also consisted of other insights right into the Trump administration's push for tax reform, consisting of:

* Gary Cohn is getting quick-tempered: The National Economic Council director apparently told people that tax reform probably wouldn't get done in all if it really did not happen this year. With focus moving to 2018 midterms afterwards, currently may be the most effective time." *.

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  1. Posted by Cisco Blue, at Reply

    “Steve Bannon is Alt Left” – Donald Trump 5/14/17

    • Posted by Soldier Of No Nation, at Reply

      Antifa and BLM are alt Left you dipshits Soros gangs

    • Posted by Turey Taino, at Reply

      No, they believe that just because there is an Alt-Right there has to be an Alt-Left, Moon Watcher.

    • Posted by The Brocialist, at Reply

      Soldier Of No Nation So you’re basically saying that you’re the White/right-wing equIvalent of BLM and Antifa? What does that look like exactly? The KKK and Neo-Nazis? Nah. Even those groups have more ideological conviction and cojones than the soft, fedora-wearing beta male, Pepe boys that actually constitute this nebulous ‘Alt Right’ – who believe that synthesizing their sexual frustrations/insecurities with ironic, politically incorrect humor somehow compensates for their lack of coherency, leadership, consistency, sex appeal, and basic ability to mobilize its own ranks (IRL).

  2. Posted by Lefebvre Julien, at Reply

    Fun fact: Up here in Canada, the conservative government cut the corporate tax rate a few years ago and justified the move by telling people that it would “stimulate investment”. A few years later, studies showed that the corporations kept the money instead of investing. So the government lost billions of $. True story, you can google it.

    • Posted by wichhouse, at Reply

      Or he’s just exaggerating to the point of basically lying.

    • Posted by Gordon Byron, at Reply

      Same thing happened in Kansas

    • Posted by kamelryke31, at Reply

      Same in France.

    • Posted by Seth N, at Reply

      kamelryke31 hows that working out for your country? Oh that’s right it isn’t. Your youth has a ALL TIME high unemployment rate because jobs are being shipped overseas to avoid said taxes

    • Posted by Omid Saranj, at Reply

      Here in America we have been testing this hypothesis for decades. Trickle down has never worked and will never work.

  3. Posted by ElChapo Junior, at Reply

    You Americans think you live in a democracy! With freedom! LOL 😂

    • Posted by Shannon ruiz, at Reply

      BOGIE you inbred swine think ur clever

    • Posted by Matthew Robert William Levy, at Reply

      ElChapo Junior its called a Republic…

  4. Posted by Rontay Gibbs, at Reply

    As a black man I feel Steeve is a gud boi and needs our support.

    • Posted by Eironeia JSPS, at Reply

      What, because like a while back a bunch of you alt-right assholes got told to make fake accounts posing as black people? and now you’ve been sitting on it for all these months without direction and got bored? So now you’re finally pulling it out, and just like everything else you might want to pull out, it’s more pathetic than effective or even amusing.

    • Posted by Delovely 1, at Reply

      Stan GreyJoy its super pathetic and lets shows you how obssessed they are. weird

    • Posted by Graydon Creed, at Reply

      Eironeia JSPS Damn Eironia…Mic drop. The alt-right trolls are beyond sad.

    • Posted by Camille Lake, at Reply

      The Irony that this person spends years of his life harassing and bullying Blacks — 13% percent of the population — *while the other 70% of Whites are completely passing him by. LAUGHING as the go,* because they’ve made another sucker taking himself out of the competition of life.

      (They’re using you, and you don’t even see it….do you?)

  5. Posted by juan gomez, at Reply

    Please Steve Bannon, keep drinking.

    • Posted by brama, at Reply

      Looks like a huge alcoholic and also covered in skin cancer.

    • Posted by The Brocialist, at Reply

      Bannon looks like he’s dying of a diabetes-related illness

  6. Posted by Kemal Mcdonald, at Reply

    Da fat Turkaman is against America!

    • Posted by Eren Jaeger, at Reply

      Kemal Mcdonald I’m dying of laughter, what a pathetic troll

    • Posted by Kemal Mcdonald, at Reply

      Eren Jaeger Das just racist honkey!

    • Posted by Henry Albrecht, at Reply

      Kemal Mcdonald *_THE TROLLS ARE AFRAID_*

  7. Posted by David Ortiz, at Reply

    The neoconservatives have failed America.

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      Neoliberals and neo conservatives have jointly failed the USa.

    • Posted by Turey Taino, at Reply

      And they failed on purpose.

  8. Posted by ltabbins02, at Reply

    Steve Bannon is one of the ugliest people ever lol. Possibly even uglier than Trump?!?

    • Posted by The Brocialist, at Reply

      Bannon looks like a pile of dirty clothes that were brought to life by a magical wizard.

    • Posted by The Brocialist, at Reply

      Bannon looks like bong water

  9. Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

    There’s no such thing as a bad tax cut.

    • Posted by emlmm88, at Reply

      So…no government in your perfect world? Doesn’t tend to work out how you think it will.

    • Posted by Roman Kvapil, at Reply

      Oh there are places like that. It’s called Somalia.

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      All high taxes on “the rich” do is make the non-rich feel better about themselves. It’s age old class envy.

    • Posted by Roman Kvapil, at Reply

      I’m sure you must have HATED Eisenhower and his taxation system. You know, a REPUBLICAN President. The uber wealthy are suuuuuch victims in all this. How dare they ought to support public systems that gave us an incredible infrastructure, clean water, beautiful parks, police/armed forces/firefighters and ambulances and other systems that were set up to also provide them the things that they also were given with their taxes that they too are provided and take for granted. I mean, what a horrific thought of the Koch brothers not able to afford their Nth super yacht when that money goes to helping and supporting those to live a decent life. Truly, they are the victims in all this and the desperate pleblians that are living in a degrading country are such vindictive bullies and are clearly just jealous of their wealth. Not because that the plutocrats are simply trying to dodge taxes and pay their fair share while sucking everyone dry of any means to support themselves where 3 fulltime jobs can’t get them out of poverty. What a bunch of assholes!

    • Posted by Mr. Gohan, at Reply

      ladies and gents, one of tyt’s oldest trolls👹

  10. Posted by Optimus Fine, at Reply

    People realize that taxes have been around since the dawn of human civilization and help pay for programs needed for a society to properly function, right? In any civil gathering of more than a handful of people, taxes are necessary to help pay for things that help the group as a whole (this could be in the forms of currency, foodstuffs, raw material, finished material, etc.). Humans have done this since our first ancestors came together in primative social groups.

    • Posted by Ehsas Amim, at Reply

      except it was entirely different back then, someone that paid more and contributes more to society had more of a say in the process than someone that pays less and instead receives benefits from the government. now a homeless man’s vote and a billioanire’s is worth the same, when they are not contributing equally to the country. that’s what’s wrong. someone that worked all their life as a doctor has the same say in the electoral process as someone that did nothing and flips burgers for a living. democracy itself is flawed, it assumes the entire electorate is well educated, which is hardly the case, only way it’d work properly is how mercantile city states where run a millenia ago. Voting shouldn’t be universal in that case but only by the educated and wealthy, or someone that contributes more in taxes to the government or by creating jobs, than someone who is consuming more services than the money they are putting in, or simply a weighted wealth vote.

    • Posted by Shannon ruiz, at Reply

      Ehsas Amim every vote should matter in a democracy, and billionaires don’t pay their fair share. they hoarde their money in tax havens to avoid paying their taxes on said money

    • Posted by Pieter Vandecandelaere, at Reply

      If you say they’re worth as little as anyone else what incentive would they have to pay ‘their fair share’?
      They still pay a lot more than you do.

    • Posted by AnonWarrior, at Reply

      Ehsas Amim you seem to not understand what democracy or a constitutional republic means. It means each vote has equal weight. This is not supposed to be an oligarchy ( though in practice it is ). Your profession and income should not have any bearing on the weight of your vote. As it stands now, the electorial college performs the function that you prefer. You don’t want democracy or a republic, you want a dictatorship or oligarchy.

    • Posted by AnonWarrior, at Reply

      Billionaires like Trump don’t pay taxes. They use the loopholes to avoid taxes so that the national debt is paid by the middle and lower classes while they get government subsidies and corporate welfare.

  11. Posted by Jack Daniel, at Reply

    So Steve Bannon has been the one voice against intervention in Syria and wants higher taxes on the rich. Yet he’s still probably the most hated person in Trumps cabinet.

    • Posted by TheRiiiight, at Reply

      Yeah let that sink in for a moment. It’s almost like it’s by design.

  12. Posted by Cecelia Wight, at Reply

    Don’t they see what happened in Kansas?

    • Posted by Vineeth Philip, at Reply

      you assume they want to look it up?

  13. Posted by Mark Cruise, at Reply

    Another half baked idea from this administration. Bannon, have another drink, and go take a nap.

    • Posted by Vincent Martins, at Reply

      Mark Cruise has Hillary sobered yet?

  14. Posted by jack hill, at Reply

    The Republican sheeple believe that rain is yellow!

    • Posted by PK Lifeup a, at Reply

      jack hill I can shower, them in yellow rain.

    • Posted by John Bliss, at Reply

      Trump loves that

  15. Posted by debbiedoodiedandi, at Reply

    Real question – what evidence do Republicans have that trickle down economics ever worked? Why do they keep pushing for it and people keep electing them to office when they say that’s what they are going to do?

    • Posted by Crazy Horse, at Reply

      Hey, where’s that second quote from? It’s kind of a depressing one.

    • Posted by CLureCo, at Reply

      Actually, we have pure evidence that it does not. Kansas proves it unequivocally.

    • Posted by Nias, at Reply

      It definitely is a sad comment on what we perceive. Steinbeck’s ”
      Cannery Row”

    • Posted by Jaron Lindow, at Reply

      Since when do Republicans make decisions based on evidence?

  16. Posted by Henry Albrecht, at Reply

    *_THE TROLLS ARE AFRAID._*

    • Posted by Futt Bucker, at Reply

      Quit projecting. Your inverse lesser magic isn’t working anymore. The goyim know.

    • Posted by Thomas Jantz, at Reply

      Futt Bucker Indeed

  17. Posted by unun septium, at Reply

    It turns out that when you give rich people welfare, not many jobs are created. They just sit on their lazy asses bitching about brown people getting $150/month to feed their kids.

    • Posted by Tom Tomson, at Reply

      That’s why we give black people welfare.

    • Posted by Moses Jonson, at Reply

      Tom Tomson thatsthe biggest bsi have ever read, gou know you’re trolling, you twonk.

    • Posted by Pieter Vandecandelaere, at Reply

      fully agree wellfare makes people lazy, just wondering do you think this only applies to the rich?

  18. Posted by Keith Fox, at Reply

    The corporate tax rate in Ontario for small businesses is 14%. In the US it is 35%. Small businesses don’t get tax breaks. They pay full freight. The problem isn’t the rate, it’s the loopholes that enable large corporations to pay no tax. Perhaps talk to an accountant.

    • Posted by Jody Fulford, at Reply

      So true so true. We could make the tax rate 200% and provide enough loopholes that they would pay nothing at all, or perhaps actually receive something back. Another clever trick would be to cut the IRS’s budget to the degree that they lack any enforcement power. Oh.wait, we did that already.

  19. Posted by CLureCo, at Reply

    Cue the trolls and bots; “Bannon is a rino”!!!!!