Corporations don’t need tax cuts, working and middle class people do! Share if you agree
“Why do white working-class people vote against their interests? They don’t. Corporate Democrats have never advanced their interests—and at least Republicans offer a basic, if misleading, story about why they are getting screwed.”
Corporate Democrats have never advanced their interests—and at least Republicans offer a persuasive story about why they are getting screwed.
And this is coming from Bruce Bartlett, a former policy adviser to Ronald Reagan, who by his own account, helped spur the trickle down myth in the first place.
We’ve moved into cult-like territory with these modern day Republicans. Total disregard for reason and blind loyalty to conservative dogma. Bald faced in their agenda to appease the 1%.
The best growth in recent memory came after President Bill Clinton raised taxes in the ’90s.
“Our landlords say we have to pay rent and late fees and every day it is going up,” Fuentes said. “We are paying rent for somewhere we can’t live in. They said ‘you aren’t the only ones in this situation’, but what are we supposed to do? We don’t have any money. We don’t have anything.”
Displaced families say they are struggling to pay rent on damaged dwellings, as an acute housing crisis grips south-east Texas after Hurricane Harvey