Tuesday, September 12, 2017

This is How You Can Tell "Tax Reform" is a Scam

President Donald Trump plans an aggressive travel schedule, taking him to as many as 13 states over the next seven weeks, to sell tax reform, reports Bloomberg.

In some instances,
cabinet members will be deployed behind Trump in a “second wave” after the president’s speeches and town hall meetings to amplify his message, according to Bloomberg.

And this is how big the scam is that Trump is pushing (via Bloomberg)
The administration plans to mount the full-bore sales campaign even though congressional Republicans and the White House haven’t yet determined key elements of the plan, including tax brackets for individuals, a corporate tax rate, what popular tax advantages will be eliminated or even whether the changes will be permanent or temporary. It’s unclear when additional details will emerge.
Bottom line: You don't need a road show to cut taxes. "The people" will be behind tax cuts.

This is a Crazy Eddie scam without the cheap stereos.

Tax reform is nothing other than mostly shifting the point of taxation.

It is not about cutting government revenue so that lower taxes and lower spending deficits can be implemented.

And to make matters worse, Trump is having dinner tonight at the White House to discuss tax "reform" with six swamp creatures, three Democrats: Sens. Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Republican Sens. Orrin Hatch of Utah, John Thune of South Dakota and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, according to a White House spokeswoman.


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