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Will Republicans Get Tax Reform Passed?


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The Republicans haven't been able to get much regulations passed yet this can be the exception. John Iadarola and also Jennifer Briney, the hosts of The Young Turks, discuss who the tax bill really benefits. Tell us exactly what you believe in the remark section listed below. Check out entire story from TYT Checks out here:

" The brain trust whose report Residence Speaker Paul Ryan cited this weekend, stating that the GOP tax obligation expense will certainly develop tasks, is chaired by the magnate on tax obligation plan for a pharmaceutical giant that gave up employees after its last huge tax break, who has contributed money to Ryan and other backers of tax obligation cuts, according to project finance records.

Ryan provided a press release on Saturday citing a brand-new record by the nonpartisan Tax Structure, which ends that the House Republican tax bill unveiled last week will develop the equivalent of concerning 975,000 full-time tasks. The Bureau of Economic Analysis's interpretation of permanent equivalent work includes aggregated part-time settings.

The Tax obligation Foundation is a not-for-profit company banned by law from taking part in partial tasks, but it does push for tax obligation policies it considereds as preferring business. Its board consists of executives from PepsiCo, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, as well as Microsoft, in addition to previous Republican politician Rep. Expense Archer and Douglas Holtz-Eakin, previous economic advisor to Head of state George W. Bush and the presidential project of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).

The chairman of the Tax obligation Foundation is David P. Lewis, vice head of state for worldwide taxes as well as chief tax obligation exec for Eli Lilly as well as Company, the international pharmaceutical maker. Lewis, Eli Lilly CEO David Ricks, and also the firm itself have actually been vocal advocates of the GOP tax costs. Ricks and other market CEOs consulted with President Donald Trump on January 31 to go over a series of problems, including the business tax obligation rate."

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  1. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    the trolls and what other loyal/dumb trump supporters are left do not care, they only care if it pisses off liberals ignoring the fact that if these tax cuts are passed it will effect everyone except the rich negatively

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      Riiiiiiiiiiiiiight, derp

    • Posted by Wallabynge, at Reply

      Create 1000000 jobs, by sacking 1000000 public servants.

    • Posted by Praxis, at Reply

      123gwf did you know that 100% of what you’ve typed is complete bullsh!t

    • Posted by John Smith, at Reply

      Something I’m puzzled by what Iadarola mentioned… if 1-in-5 end up paying more tax, wouldn’t that then mean that 4-in-5 either pay LESS tax or are unaffected by it?

    • Posted by Michael, at Reply

      123gwf “He made himself a billionaire from scratch”

      Okay and you made yourself a dumbass just from scratch. He got a small loan of some million dollars so nothing about “from scratch”. In addition it was even mntioned several times he would be more worth if he would have actually did better deals in the past.

  2. Posted by profd65, at Reply

    Quit calling it tax REFORM. Don’t use the bullshit rhetoric of conservatives.

  3. Posted by sara, at Reply

    Hey I heard republicans want to change the name of the country: you’re going to be called the United Corporations of North America and you’re not citizens anymore you’re “representatives” also you don’t get to vote anymore because workers don’t pick their own bosses

  4. Posted by Danny Benitez, at Reply

    That’s how you know TYT is making a point. Trolls swarm in here.

    • Posted by Ivan Salgado, at Reply

      Alexander Jones ohhh another Alex Jones …..how lovely……

    • Posted by Ivan Salgado, at Reply

      Listenbuddy1 oh it’s you again, i think I’m just going to troll you all night since apparently we both have nothing better to do
      “Hugs and kisses”

    • Posted by Matt Tallman, at Reply

      +Alexander Jones oh look if it isn’t old needle but.

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      Ivan Salgado how gay

    • Posted by Ivan Salgado, at Reply

      Listenbuddy1 ok, so what’s your point ? Lol try again sweetie ! kisses !

  5. Posted by Jonathan Hidalgo, at Reply

    When is Ana back?

    • Posted by 123gwf, at Reply

      However long it takes for her to get better.

  6. Posted by Plant Based Analyst, at Reply

    I have to laugh at all the trolls justifying the massive tax cuts for the 1%. You guys are probably not even middle class and here you are defending tax cuts for the wealthiest people in the country, as if it will trickle down to you. Your political affiliation is clouding your judgment to the point that you’re going against your own best interests.

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      Fuctmentality How much?

    • Posted by teebone 21, at Reply

      Listenbuddy1 considering over 70% of the people in this country make under $30,000 a year and don’t even have $1,000 in a savings account I doubt everyone’s a liberal. Like the man said your political affiliation is clouding your judgement which was the purpose of them separating people in the first place they more they keep you separated the Dumber you get and you will take anything your side proposes no matter if it’s against your best interest

    • Posted by ChuftCaptain1, at Reply

      +freedom1234573 haha love that

  7. Posted by freedom1234573, at Reply

    lets not call it reform, its a robbery

  8. Posted by M Neu, at Reply

    I haven’t seen Jennifer Briney before and I like her!

    • Posted by Rachel Schmied, at Reply

      yes! she’s the complete opposite of Hannah. I actually learn things when Jennifer talks, whereas Hannah just repeats progressive talking points I already know (and in an annoying, affected voice).

  9. Posted by Chong Li, at Reply

    It’s like they didn’t learn anything from the Bush Tax cuts. This is gonna be round 2 of the recession.

    • Posted by Pete Lind, at Reply

      Its that most Americans can’t even count their fingers together .
      Its pointless to explain that federal tax is not the only tax they pay and rich people don’t pay taxes at all when they blindly believe what ever GOP tells them .
      If Trump would say  to his supporters they should shoot them self they would do it in a heartbeat …every last one of them will follow their fearless leader to the grave .

  10. Posted by ElectroLyte, at Reply

    $1000 more per year? Wow, that sounds like a great deal, just ignore the billions of dollars less in healthcare, infrastructure, and education.

    • Posted by Don, at Reply

      The $1000 more per year is a lie. There are plenty of people who will get tax increases, particularly in high tax states.

  11. Posted by Jan Itor, at Reply

    why are you calling it tax reform; you know as well as i do that these are tax cuts

    • Posted by richard burnett, at Reply

      Tax breaks for the rich and corporations DO NOT equal “Pro Growth” and “Job Creation.”
      Let’s keep LOUDLY callin’ that out as bullshit whenever they’re dumb enough to recite it.

  12. Posted by Tyler Pruden, at Reply

    Reaganomics 2.0

    • Posted by Praxis, at Reply

      A54321 aside from your bloated military that somehow managed to lose every single war in recent history, your sh!t country brings nothing of value to the world. If you disappeared tomorrow, the rest of us would get on just fine.

    • Posted by Praxis, at Reply

      A54321 the Taliban is coming back and taking over one Afghan village at a time. Your military is f!cking terrible.

    • Posted by A54321, at Reply

      Praxis Wouldn’t notice huh. Remember 2008? When the US economy went into the recession, so did the entire world economy. Do you like google? Or Apple products? Or Mcdonalds? or Pepsi? Or Ebay? Or Facebook? Or Microsoft? Or Amazon? All American. As for the Taliban, why do they have to come back? Who stopped them in the first place?

    • Posted by A54321, at Reply

      Praxis Just curious, what country are you from?

  13. Posted by Antoinette Orozco, at Reply

    Where is my man Cenk!?!??

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      Turkey (eating one)

    • Posted by Steve McQuack, at Reply


    • Posted by Praxis, at Reply

      Listenbuddy1 at least he can afford food, unlike your peasant a$$

    • Posted by Donald Jabba The Trump, at Reply

      And you don’t like Cenk because you like the more overweight, egotistical, low IQ Trump?

    • Posted by Rachel Schmied, at Reply

      hey at least they replaced Hannah with a smart chick! i’m grateful for that, even though it’s not Papa Cenk (who I wish was my actual dad)

  14. Posted by cattigereyes1, at Reply

    Forced passage with fully failed policies leading to huge national debt crippling futures of regular Americans! Enjoy!

    • Posted by humboldthammer, at Reply

      Don’t give up yet! There’s always the Jubilee they’ve scheduled for the autumn equinox of the 250th year (1776-2026) to forgive all $33 trillion of our Debt. As they introduce Lucky VII, and all the people cry out, “No more war. Forgive our Debt. Save us. We will do Anything!” hint: Not US 250th

  15. Posted by Bolgernow, at Reply

    RESIST! This will cause an economic collapse shortly! Call your reps now

    • Posted by Michael Weaver, at Reply

      Actually nothing will collapse at least in the short term, it will just make the wealth imbalance worse and probably lead to big cuts in SS and medicaid in 10 years or so. This is not about big explosions, this is about slow moving train wrecks.

    • Posted by Bolgernow, at Reply

      As a person who has degrees in economics and history, no. Each time Tax Cuts are enacted
      WE COLLAPSE. Reagan (Did Cuts in the Early 80’s which crippled us causing the 1987 Black 
      Friday Collapse) knew to raise Taxes at the end but too late. W Bush Did it And “Deregulated” 
      causing our Great Recession. Cutting SS & Medicaid kills, but losing $ from the poor/Middle
      class will CRIPPLE retail. Period. Watch their profits sink into nothing. Poor People Buy, AND
      Rich don’t try. They don’t have Skin in the game. To pretend anything different is a pipe dream

    • Posted by Hazzycakes, at Reply

      Yeah, this is begging for another crash. We’re already in a bubble, a crash is destined to happen soon if nothing changes, but it’s going FURTHER IN THE WRONG WAY.

    • Posted by Zucchinna, at Reply

      Michael Weaver it’s triggered an economic collapse every time like clockwork

    • Posted by humboldthammer, at Reply

      Relax, they’ve got a plan. Yes, we borrow $1.444 trillion per year for 9 years, but everybody gets what they want. Corps get their tax cut, War Hawks get their war, the people get high tech Infrastructure, and the Poor keep their handouts. Win-Win-Win-Win. You like Winning, don’t you? For the Biggest Win Ever, there’s the Jubilee on the autumn Equinox of the 250th year (1776-2026) to forgive our $33 trillion (then) debt. As all the people cry out, “No more war, Forgive our debt. Save us. We will do Anything!” hint: Not US 250th

  16. Posted by enigmaPL, at Reply

    So, billionaires ‘need’ more billions…. but average workers saving to take care of their families, BARELY, need to pay more to fill in the gap…… I don’t understand what the mentality is of these corporations and the politicians jerking them off….. They already make enough money, consistently, they don’t need to increase their profits any further…. They need to be stopped, this is just crazy.

    • Posted by Hazzycakes, at Reply

      They view it as a game that they’re winning. That’s all it is.

    • Posted by humboldthammer, at Reply

      Remember when Employers paid you cash, and they didn’t have to pay half of your Social Security Tax, or cover you with Worker’s Compensation Insurance? And screw worker safety regulations and overtime restrictions. Yeah. That’s when America was great. Hell, if they felt like it, they didn’t have to pay the workers. Great!

  17. Posted by Randy H, at Reply

    “We might finally see the backside of Chris Christie” literally made me throw up in my mouth. Thanks John! 😝

    • Posted by HerkimerSnerd, at Reply

      You can see the backside of Christie from the moon with the naked eye.

    • Posted by Randy H, at Reply

      Chris Christie: The Fat & The Furious

    • Posted by Rachel Schmied, at Reply

      Well we already saw his front side on the beach he shut down. His moose knuckle was out and about

    • Posted by Randy H, at Reply

      Rachel Schmied noooo you didnt 😝😝😝 lmao

  18. Posted by Locrian08, at Reply

    Losing the Property and State Income Tax Deductions will mean my and I will pay thousands more in Federal Income Tax next year. For working professionals who own property this is serious.

  19. Posted by Detector1977, at Reply

    Americans voted republican and now they will suffer the consequences. It happened under Bush and the majority of the american people couldn’t put 2 and 2 together so now they will suffer for their ignorance.

    • Posted by MoppyPuppy, at Reply

      It happened under Clinton & Obama too, not sure why you would omit that because it’s only been a year since Obama was in office and people will remember TYT railing against tax cuts for the rich in the Obama years.

  20. Posted by Virginia Sullivan, at Reply

    This is NOT tax reform this is a 9 1/2 year tax cut for the wealthy. Tax reform indicates a permanent change or correction. This tax cut for the wealthy has to end before 10 years because of governing rules pertaining to the deficit. Wake up people call it what it is and explain to your less informed viewers why this is not tax reform. Democrats who vote for this will not be re-elected.