1. Republicans Demonstrate What "The Height Of Hypocrisy" Looks Like & Fox "News" Ignores It!
2. Republicans Demonstrate What "The Height Of Hypocrisy" Looks Like & Fox "News" Ignores It! PART DEUX: The Golf Edition
3. Height Of Hypocrisy 3: Using Taxpayer Money For Personal Use Like Communists & Dictators
As the saying goes, Democrats don't care about deficits till a tax bill (because the GOP brings it up) and the Republicans don't care about a tax bill when they are in power (because they are hypocrites). this post proves the Republican Hypocrisy on deficits.
TRUMP'S CHRISTMAS GIFT TO THE POOR: TAX HIKES 11/27/2017 After President Trump announces that he wants to reform the tax code, Trevor breaks down how a proposed GOP plan will affect low-income Americans.
Senate Tax plan leads to a 1 trillion dollar deficit;
Mitch McConnell said that deficits are the most important issue of our time and until the deficit is fixed, "we can't fix America" (clearly he was lying/being-a-hypocrite);
Paul Ryan said that deficit will destroy the economy (clearly he was lying/being-a-hypocrite) as well;
Of course, its possible that they didn't become hypocrites till they passed this tax bill but that is extremely unlikely. Thier pattern is that everything they say is wring is something they end up doing i.e. GOP/Republicans are the ultimate hypocrites.
Some Republicans are arguing that there will be an economic boost that will cover the deficit. This is another lie that has been confirmed from multiple cost estimation offices. No matter what there is going to be a one trillion dollar deficit which is huge (especially when there is no benefit to the economy)
Analysis: Middle class gets average 1% tax cut with GOP bill The Republican tax cut plan in the Senate hit another snag because every analysis shows the bill adds a trillion dollars to the debt and only gives a small cut to the middle class. This move gives some hope to opponents of the bill. Lawrence O'Donnell examines. Duration: 8:53
Note: They are trying to find a way to vote for a bill that will massively increase the deficit by a trillion dollars (most of the GOP) or by half a trillion dollars (Corker & Flake), i.e. no one honestly ever stood for deficit reduction. Everything they say is probably a lie.
There is not Republican in the United States Senate who is standing by a vow many of them have made in the past to never vote to increase the deficit or national debt. (Note: John McCain is saying yes on a 15 AVERAGE tax cut for the middle class and calling it a "middle class tax cut". Average means some have tax increases so calling it a middle class tax cut in any capacity is just blatantly false.)
ARMADEBTDON 2011 - NONFICTION CAPTAIN AMERICA JULY 25, 2011 - When it comes to resolving the debt ceiling crisis, Congress is the equivalent of a skunk with its head in a jar of Skippy peanut butter. (4:56)
Not to mention that standard hypocrisy of opposing debt ceiling increases for the 2 wars that they funded with debt...
ARMADEBTDON 2011 - RIGHTANS JULY 26, 2011 - John Boehner reveals the Republican plan to destroy government and create a super-race of right-wing Titans. (3:01)
... and for which they INCREASED the debt ceiling for 7 times! (Do they think that debt disappears after their President leaves office?)...
DANCING ON THE CEILING JUNE 2, 2011 - Republicans show their Tea Party base that they're against raising the debt ceiling, while reassuring Wall Street that it's political theater. (3:45)
Above: George Bush increased the debt ceiling in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006. 2007 and twice in 2008
Ryan promises Medicaid, Medicare spending cuts in 2018 to "tackle the deficit" https://t.co/whu2fY3wo4 pic.twitter.com/dCtrxBTEag— The Hill (@thehill) December 6, 2017
Paul Ryan has promised to kill Americans to cut the deficit. So expect more GOP murder covered up by the GOP in the future, i.e. denying people access to proper healthcare leads to death (some tribal people in primitive era of civilization knew all too well). The last bill was estimated to kill 28,600 Americans per year (which they tried hard to pass)
Democracy Now: Senate GOP Healthcare Bill Estimated to Kill 28,600 More in U.S. Each Year & Drop 22M from Insurance
Based on this math and the fact that 13 million are expected to be put off healthcare, an estimated 17,000 people are expected to die