- Aug 18, 2015
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because the (D)s are trying to get the stimulus passed ... & get us outa this pandemic ... & they hafta get biden's cabinet in place ... all things that take priority - when THEM THAR tax cuts have some time b4 being addressed. you got less than a pittance but they conned you into thinking it was all worth it.them thar tax cuts sunset at the end of 2025;them thar tax cuts sunset at the end of 2025; so, it depends on whose in charge ... but you go on & think (R) & bigcorp are on yer side.The Dems are in charge now.oh - you mean the TEMPORARY tax 'cuts' that worker bees will have a bill come due in just a couple short years?
When are they going to make those worker tax cuts permanent?
Soon, right? Because they care about the middle class, right?
Republicans Slap an Expiration Date on Middle-Class Tax Cuts
The new Senate plan would have cuts for individuals go away in eight years but make them permanent for corporations.
Russell BermanNovember 15, 2017
Updated on November 15 at 4:13 p.m. ET
President Trump and congressional Republicans have repeatedly insisted that the top priority of their tax reform is delivering relief to the middle class. But under a significant change to the Senate’s plan announced late Tuesday night, that relief for most people will now only be temporary, and millions of middle-class families could actually see a tax increase in 2026 if Congress doesn’t act again.
As I recently reported, the competing Republican tax bills were both over-budget, forcing party leaders to scale them back if they hoped to pass legislation under Senate rules without Democratic votes. They essentially had two choices: They could slap an expiration date on the proposal’s large corporate tax cut—from 35 percent down to 20 percent—or they could sunset the provisions benefitting individuals.
The Dems can make them permanent. Today.
Why don't they? Is it because they don't care about the middle class?
but you go on & think (R) & bigcorp are on yer side.
Just because the Republicans cut my taxes and the Democrats raise them?