The GOP tax bill: A stealth attack on Medicare and Social Security

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Last night Chris Hayes ended “All In” with a discussion of the GOP Tax Plan. Economists David Cay Johnston and Stephanie Kelton agreed that if Republicans get their long-awaited wich and this budget-busting tax plan is enacted, the huge deficits it will create might not lead to the promised “growth” Steve Mnuchin insists will result. What…

One Response to The GOP tax bill: A stealth attack on Medicare and Social Security

  1. Imhotep November 29, 2017 at 11:46 am #

    The Republican/Trump tax bill will increase the deficit and debt by about $2 trillion.

    Then there are the next big battles, the budget bill and the government shut down.

    It takes 60 votes to pass any budget in the Senate.
    Which means that the Republicans need 8 Democrats to vote “Yes” on their legislation.

    The Republican/Trump budget bill will increase our National Debt by $1.5 trillion.
    That’s how much additional (illegal) money will go to the military to pad their already bloated budget.

    Add $2 trillion in new debt from the tax cut bill plus $1.5 trillion from the budget bill and we’re talking about the need to cut at least $3.5 trillion from Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security.

    If any Democrat votes “Yes” on either the Republican/Trump tax cut bill or the budget bill, they should be voted out of office.

    If necessary the Democrats should shut down the government and not vote for either of these lousy bills.

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