Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) told Meet the Press host Chuck Todd they're going to have to make some "tough choices so that we can balance our books" as he fearmongered about the "powder keg of dynamite" and debt he and his party just made worse with a gigantic tax cut for the rich.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) tells Meet the Press host Chuck Todd they're going to have to make some "tough choices so that we can balance our books" after he and his fellow Republicans increased the deficit with tax cuts for their rich friends.
After helping his fellow Republicans blow a mile wide hole in the budget with their tax cuts, House Speaker Paul Ryan promises they're going to gut our social safety nets next.
This headline appeared on Monday, July 31, 2017, at precisely 4:00 am: “Koch Brothers Move to Back White House’s Tax-Cut Plan.”
Nothing like comparing slashing the social safety nets for your constituents to a children's fairy tale.
So does this mean the Trump Republicans will be less popular in the U.S. than the Law and Justice Party is in Poland? Don't bet on it.
If you’re an older American — or expect to be someday — and you aren’t wealthy, you may have concluded that the Republican Party is at war with you. If so, you’re not wrong. Republicans are pushing proposals that protect and expand the wealth of the wealthy at the expense of the elderly.
Bob Woodward, what has happened to you?
Fox News Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015.
George Will Wants Paul Ryan To Stay Right Where He Is So He Can Help Cut Taxes And Gut Our Social Safety Nets
Fox's George Will wants Rep. Paul Ryan to stay right where he is, as chair of the House Ways and Means Committee.
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