1. Supply Side Economics: Do Tax Rate Cuts Increase Growth and Revenues and Reduce Budget Deficits ? Or Is It Voodoo Economics All Over Again?
2. Ronald Reagan's Policies Began The Destruction Of The Middle Class & The Constitution
3. The GOP Is Pushing The Same Failed Economic Policies That Destroyed The Economy Under Jeb Bush's Brother
4. Synopsis Of GOP's Ongoing - 30 Year Long - Economic War On America & The People
5. The Last Time The GOP Passed A SPENDING Bill... They CREATED AND INCLUDED A LAW That Could Destroy The Economy
7. Economist Robert Reich Calls The GOP's Economic & Political Tactics TREASON
GOP is always trying to do sneaky stuff to try and harm the economy or America and its people in general (go by thier actions and results of those actions and not their words). Currently the biggest enemies of the Nation are the Koch Brothers, Mercer and Sheldon, who have discovered that Republicans have no morals and no brains (or a bit of both) and have gladly sold their souls to these devils to destroy the economy.
TRUMP PERFORMS A TAX MIRACLE (ALLEGEDLY) 9/28/2017 Even though President Trump claims his tax plan would help the middle class, Trevor finds out that the president and corporations would be the real beneficiaries.
i.e. Trump is lying his teeth off (or he's too senile to realize what the GOP is up to... at this point its best to accept he knows he is doing something immoral and wrong)...
Robert Reich and CNN's Erin Burnett Take Turns Debunking Trump's Favorite Economist Stephen Moore tried to rewrite history on the economic recovery. It didn't end well.
The GOP Has Just Been Caught in Perhaps Its Biggest Tax Lie Mitch McConnell admits he "misspoke" when he promised lower rates for everybody.
After repeatedly promising that all Americans would get a tax cut under their plan, Republicans have had to change their tune—or to, as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell did, admit that “I misspoke on that.” Just an innocent misspeaking, mind you, and not a calculated PR effort to sell tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy.
Nobody believes these lies (except maybe the 'silver spoon in mouth' born derelicts sitting in the Trump Administration who don't know a thing about business or the economy, enough wealth can clearly make and keep anyone rich);
Gary Cohn on tax cuts: CEOs are “most excited group” Gary Cohn had a front-row seat as a group of CEOs repudiated Republicans' flimsy rationale for its massive corporate tax cut. Duration: 3:43
400 millionaires tell Congress not to cut their taxes Many in the top 1 percent think the Republican tax bill will damage the country, so they wrote a letter to Congress
Even members of the wealthiest top one percent are not too impressed with the Republican tax plan. More than 400 millionaires and billionaires signed their name to a letter calling on Congress to abandon the GOP's proposal to cut taxes. Those Americans said that the Republican Party would be harming the country if they reduced taxes on the richest families when the nation's debt and wealth inequality was the highest in decades. "Dear Member of Congress," the letter began. "We are high net worth individuals, many in the top 1 percent, who care deeply about our nation and its people, and we write with a simple request: Do not cut our taxes."
GOP economic adviser: Tax cuts most irresponsible in U.S. history Republicans' trillion dollar tax cut is being paid for by cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid and even some Republicans don’t know that. Bush admin. economist Bruce Bartlett and Obama White House veteran Ron Klain join Ari Melber. Duration: 8:57
GOP follows string of failures with ill-conceived tax plan Rachel Maddow reviews the string of failures by the current Republican Congress which it hopes to break with a new, wildly unpopular tax plan that they have not done a good job of disguising as not being designed to benefit rich people. Duration: 14:12
Senator Warren: GOP tax bill a "double punch" to middle class Senator Elizabeth Warren talks with Rachel Maddow about the consequences for the American middle class if the Republicans are able to pass their their tax/health care bill. Duration: 5:50
Robert Reich: The Trump Tax Plan Is Downright Unpatriotic Multinationals and the rich owe it to the country to pay their fair share.
Social Security on the chopping block: How the GOP plans to fix its own budget mess Republicans are going back to their dream: Cutting Social Security and Medicare
Ugly Stuff: GOP Tax and Budget Plans Will Destroy Finances of Average Americans With Sick Elders or Family Members With Disabilities Tax breaks for the rich, while the GOP targets healthcare safety nets for society's most vulnerable.
The House and Senate Republican tax bills continue the GOP’s war on financially vulnerable Americans, underscoring yet again that the GOP will stop at nothing to take away benefits from any person, in any state, who might vote blue. Both chambers’ slightly differing proposals eliminate the current federal income tax deduction for state and local taxes, hitting hard at blue high-tax states such as New York, New Jersey, Illinois and California, and amounting to a big transfer of wealth to lower-tax red-state America. In addition, the mean-spirited and brazenly partisan fine print would deny deductions for fire and earthquake victims (California), but keep them for hurricane losses (Florida and Texas).
Killing people by cutti Social Security and Medicare is not the first time the GOP tried to kill thousands of Americans in the past year;
Senate GOP Healthcare Bill Estimated to Kill 28,600 More in U.S. Each Year & Drop 22M from Insurance
Since the new adjustment will drop about 13 Million from healthcare the approximate number of people the GOP will kill EVERY years will be about 14,000! GOP are already set to kill more Americans than ISIS or Al Qaeda combined and I'm not even including social security thefts (as its derived from a payroll tax) or medicare cuts.