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Inflation Didn't Matter When Trump Cut Taxes For Billionaires, But Now There's A Democratic President...

skews13

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To say that Republicans have had a hard time making a coherent case against Biden’s progressive economic proposals is an understatement the size of the twice impeached former president’s upcoming debt obligations.

“There are a lot of warning signs that have not been worrisome in the past but now are certainly blinking yellow. At some point, we’ve got too much liquidity going into the system. The economy is recovering very, very well.”

Yet, on the other hand, the recently proposed American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan—which would spend $4 trillion over ten years, and pay for it by making the wealthiest individuals and corporations pay their fair share of taxes—are bad ideas according to Republicans because, wait for it, the economy is too weak, even after the ARP’s passage.


And that boys and girls is why Biden isn't taking Republicans seriously. And he shouldn't be. You don't negotiate with terrorists.
 

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Inflation Didn't Matter When Trump Cut Taxes For Billionaires,​


What was inflation when Trump cut taxes for everyone?
 

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Your alt-left link doesn't document any impact on the inflation rate from the Trump ACROSS THE BOARD TAX CUTS.

Inflation was 2.1% in 2017, when the Trump ACROSS THE BOARD TAX CUTS were passed.

At the end off 2020 the inflation rate was 1.2%.

Kinda ruins the dumbassery in your link, huh?
 

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To say that Republicans have had a hard time making a coherent case against Biden’s progressive economic proposals is an understatement the size of the twice impeached former president’s upcoming debt obligations.

“There are a lot of warning signs that have not been worrisome in the past but now are certainly blinking yellow. At some point, we’ve got too much liquidity going into the system. The economy is recovering very, very well.”

Yet, on the other hand, the recently proposed American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan—which would spend $4 trillion over ten years, and pay for it by making the wealthiest individuals and corporations pay their fair share of taxes—are bad ideas according to Republicans because, wait for it, the economy is too weak, even after the ARP’s passage.


And that boys and girls is why Biden isn't taking Republicans seriously. And he shouldn't be. You don't negotiate with terrorists.
You actually revel in your economic illiteracy, don't you?
 

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To say that Republicans have had a hard time making a coherent case against Biden’s progressive economic proposals is an understatement the size of the twice impeached former president’s upcoming debt obligations.

“There are a lot of warning signs that have not been worrisome in the past but now are certainly blinking yellow. At some point, we’ve got too much liquidity going into the system. The economy is recovering very, very well.”

Yet, on the other hand, the recently proposed American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan—which would spend $4 trillion over ten years, and pay for it by making the wealthiest individuals and corporations pay their fair share of taxes—are bad ideas according to Republicans because, wait for it, the economy is too weak, even after the ARP’s passage.


And that boys and girls is why Biden isn't taking Republicans seriously. And he shouldn't be. You don't negotiate with terrorists.

More of your hyper partisan clap trap. I didn't pay $25.00 per pound for Prime Ribeye when Rump was in office.
 

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You are talking about tax hikes that could hit millions of small businesses across the country and taxes that could kill investment. From a raw political perspective, it would be a really funky decision for these moderates to say they would be willing to put this much of a wet blanket on an economy that is really poised to take off
 

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To say that Republicans have had a hard time making a coherent case against Biden’s progressive economic proposals is an understatement the size of the twice impeached former president’s upcoming debt obligations.

“There are a lot of warning signs that have not been worrisome in the past but now are certainly blinking yellow. At some point, we’ve got too much liquidity going into the system. The economy is recovering very, very well.”

Yet, on the other hand, the recently proposed American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan—which would spend $4 trillion over ten years, and pay for it by making the wealthiest individuals and corporations pay their fair share of taxes—are bad ideas according to Republicans because, wait for it, the economy is too weak, even after the ARP’s passage.


And that boys and girls is why Biden isn't taking Republicans seriously. And he shouldn't be. You don't negotiate with terrorists.
You don't understand inflation.
 

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Your alt-left link doesn't document any impact on the inflation rate from the Trump ACROSS THE BOARD TAX CUTS.

Inflation was 2.1% in 2017, when the Trump ACROSS THE BOARD TAX CUTS were passed.

At the end off 2020 the inflation rate was 1.2%.

Kinda ruins the dumbassery in your link, huh?
LOL You know he didn't do any research before he posted his dumbassery don't you?? If he had he never would have posted.

You can't fix stupid.
 

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