The “$1,000 bonuses” AT&T is bragging about has nothing to do with the tax bill. These $1,000 bonuses are being paid out due to union negotiations and contract provisions. Don’t believe the corporate spin, the unions won these bonuses, not Trump, not AT&T, not the GOP, or the tax bill.
The lesson learned: corporate tax breaks didn’t create jobs at Carrier, and they won’t create jobs now for the rest of the country.
Join us in demanding #NotOnePenny in tax cuts for wealthy corporations: notonepenny.org
The party who ran on the slogan “change” refuses to do so itself
“Over the past eight years, Democrats have lost about 1,000 state legislative seats nationwide. At Barack Obama’s inauguration in 2009, states as conservative as Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana had a majority-Democrat state legislature.”
“Look at the map in 2009, then look at the map today and look where the status quo has gotten us.”
You know you’re out of touch when you think $1000 will buy a new car, take a family on vacation, or renovate a kitchen…
“If we allow a family to keep another thousand dollars of their income, what does that mean?” he asked. “They can renovate their kitchen. They can buy a new car. They can take a family vacation. They can increase their lifestyle.”
President Donald Trump’s chief economic adviser — Gary Cohn, the former Goldman Sachs president worth an estimated $266 million — appears to be completely clueless about what the average American family spends on a car, vacation or home improvement project.
This is why Trump won. These are the stark realities of the Obama recovery.
“In a recent survey, 56 percent of Americans said they have less than $1,000 in their checking and savings accounts combined, Forbes reports. Nearly a quarter (24.8 percent) have less than $100 to their name. Meanwhile, 38 percent said they would pay less than their full credit card balance this month, and 11 percent said they would make the minimum payment—meaning they would likely be mired in debt for years and pay more in interest than they originally borrowed.”
According to a new survey.
Up to 1,000 Democratic candidates are about to make the 2018 congressional primaries completely insane
Outstanding! 2018 can’t come soon enough. Let’s rebuild this sick system.
The 2018 midterms are still 561 days away, but an unprecedented early surge of Democrats have already declared their candidacies for the House of Representatives, setting up what will likely be one…