Discussion in 'Political Disputation' started by Double L, Feb 9, 2018.
You don't say.
Go Figure: Tax Revenues Climbed $18 Billion In First Month Of GOP Tax Cuts
"FAKE NEWS" - Clogg
"MY OWN CHILDREN FANTASIZE ABOUT BURNING ME ALIVE" - Panch
One solitary month does not the long term effects of a fucking tax cut signify, you sub-dolt. Especially when part of the package was a sweet heart deal for corporations evading tax to reshore it, as several did in January.
Did this idiotic topic even warrant a response?
Nope, you're right
Although I guess it's good you did or else this bellend would be howling about liberals and Dems fearing the truth!
"HEY IT'S MINUS 30 TODAY, NOW TELL ME GLOBAL WARMING IS REAL! ROFLMAO!"
I eat that whole trifle and this morning I weigh less than yesterday! I told you trifle is a good food for fatloss!
We'll see. But I wouldn't expect honest debate from many of you on this as further outcomes like these will threaten your tax and spend instincts you are so sure can solve everything.
LOL "honest debate" from the wattsupwiththat guy ... fucking hilarious
There's nothing to 'honestly debate' here you cracked nut- there's one month, characterised by one-time only windfalls which won't be repeated. You don't even have a decent anecdote here. Rather than ONE MONTH why don't we look across the last 100 years at the correlations between corporation tax rates, the proportion of total tax taken from profit vs Labour, economic growth and growth in income for the bottom 90%? You wanna have an 'honest debate' about that? Why did your country grow most quickly and broadly when it taxed profits most highly?
We've seen for 40 years and unfortunately yes, we'll continue to see.
What's happening here, basically - the country is continuing the sluggish but steady growth it's seen since 09 basically with zero meaningful deviation in the trends of the last Obama years. An usually long credit cycle (as you'd expect after such a huge crash/deleveraging) which will soon come to an end.... and like you do near the end of any credit cycle you start to see some upward pressure on wages as slack in the labour market decreases. This time far less than usual since, bogus headline unemployment stats notwithstanding, there's still quite a lot of slack, but the trend is always an accelerating one anyway.
Until it stops. Which btw won't be down to trump any more than 2018 being reasonably strong was or this winter following last summer was. In fact tax give aways will keep the dance going a little longer than it would. The consequential effects of his policies will be felt more long term like every presidents are. And they'll be bad.
But some gigantic companies recently gave raises to low level chronically underpaid employees which proves that you are like totally wrong and that reality isn't reliable... there's like 5 threads that totally prove this
lol did you see the tweet Paul Ryan deleted?
You got it all figured out. Lol.
lol yup... what a cunt he is... he deleted it after people hip to his bullshit started ripping him to shreds in response
This is hilarious
What are you laughing about, fuck?
Well I certainly gots the above figured out you guffawing pillok - every word of it's totally bromidic and inarguable. What do you wanna disagree with?
If Doub had been a steel worker at Homestead, he'd have put on a Pinkerton getup and shot himself dead
For one, "the country is continuing its sluggish growth..." Is that a prediction?
I know you think it is "inarguable." That is the hilarious part. You are naive as hell.
Feel free to pick out anything i wrote in that post and actually argue with it. Alternatively feel free to fuck off. xx
Double L just got a $1.50 a week raise at his coal mining job and he can't believe his dumb luck right now.
He'll completely ignore the fact that the present guvment is hard at work scaling down all safety regulations at his dangerous job, raising the cost of his health insurance, would love to let his company release all their dangerous tailings into the stream running through his backyard, paying for their tax cuts by sloughing the responsibility onto his local government, which will be forced to raise all his local and property taxes in the very near future (which he will blame on local politicians of course), gas taxes going to go up, tolls going to be installed on many roads to pay for the Holy Ones new "Infrastructure Plan" that doesn't include any Federal funds.
Typical Trump corporation bullshit. Passing the buck to lesser entities and claiming fucking victory by plastering his name on fucking buildings all over the place that he had no hand in actually building.
But hey, he can finally get that Costco membership he's been pining for all these years.
"Our true choice is not between tax reduction, on the one hand, and the avoidance of large Federal deficits on the other. It is increasingly clear that no matter what party is in power, so long as our national security needs keep rising, an economy hampered by restrictive tax rates will never produce enough revenues to balance our budget just as it will never produce enough jobs or enough profits… In short, it is a paradoxical truth that tax rates are too high today and tax revenues are too low and the soundest way to raise the revenues in the long run is to cut the rates now."
First, history wasnt very kind to that argument -Defecits grew and growth slowed.
But leaving that aside he was arguing in favour of lowering top rate taxes from 91% to 75% in that speech. Let that sink in.
What does this have to do with 50+ years later and a compulsive lying, narcissistic egomaniac in charge?
This belongs in the "Did you know that Lincoln was a Republican?" bin.
maybe next he'll give us a Clinton quote about what a good idea bank deregulation is to justify the trump admins insane positions on that... 'aha! Gotcha!'
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