Poll shows Congress doesn't listen to voters

Congress has forgotten who they work for. A Quinnipiac Poll taken on November 15th shows that only 25% of voters approve of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. But the House passed it anyway. And the Senate is poised to pass it. Who are they working for? Apparently they don’t care about what the American people think.

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November 30th, 2017

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Rich get tax cuts on backs of middle class

According to the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation, the Senate Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will RAISE taxes on families that earn $75,000 and less. In 2021, taxes will increase for families that make $10,000 – $30,000.  By 2027, families that earn $30,000 – $75,000 will see their taxes go up.

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November 28th, 2017

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50% get Tax Increase in 2027

The Senate version of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will result in taxes going UP for 50% of Families by 2027. Yes, taxes will INCREASE for half of all families in a decade if this tax plan passes (according to the non-partisan Tax Policy Center.  But guess whose taxes won’t go up?

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November 28th, 2017

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Alternative Minimum Tax

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will eliminate the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT). The AMT was enacted to stop millionaires from using tax loopholes to pay zero taxes as was common in the past. Congress wants to eliminate the AMT and allow millionaires to once again abuse tax loopholes (which haven’t been eliminated) to pay zero taxes.

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November 28th, 2017

No corporate tax cuts

The Reagan tax cuts of 1986 / 1987 reduced corporate taxes from 46% to 34%.  Politicians would have you believe that worker wages went up resulting from these cuts, but the facts prove otherwise. While GDP soared, worker wages actually DROPPED by 6%. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act  is a corporate giveaway that will help shareholders and CEO’s on the back of workers.

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November 22nd, 2017

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Tax cuts add to deficit

In what universe is it okay to finance tax cuts? What happened to fiscal responsibility? We’re borrowing money in order to pay for taking in less money. This will leave us with more public debt to leave our children. Let’s get back to fiscal responsibility. Call your Senators at (202) 225-3121 and tell them vote NO on tax cuts that raise the deficit.

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November 22nd, 2017

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Middle Class get Tax Hike

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by the US House of Representatives will lead to 13.8 million people in the middle class getting a tax hike according to the Congressional Bipartisan Joint Committee on Taxation. Will you be one of them? This bill is a giveaway to corporations and the 1% on the backs of the middle class.

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November 22nd, 2017

Don't finance tax cuts

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by the US House of Representatives will add $1.7 Trillion to the deficit. What happened to fiscal responsibility? The House voted to finance tax cuts for the 1% and corporations while leaving the middle class with debt. Call you Senators at 202-225-3121 and tell them to pay off the debt first.

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November 21st, 2017

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Tax cuts are not way to pay off US deficit

Fuzzy Math. Taking in less money is no way to pay off the US deficit.

Proposed tax cuts add 2.4 trillion over 10 years to deficit. That’s $2.400,000,000,000!

Call Congress and tell them to pay off the debt first. Don’t finance tax cuts for the 1%.

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October 9th, 2017

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Tax Cuts Add 2.4 T to Deficit

US Budget Underwater.

Pay off the deficit first. THEN think about tax cuts. Proposed tax cuts add 2.4 trillion to the US deficit over 10 years. That’s $2,400,000,000,000!

Call Congress and tell them to pay off the debt first. This is not the time for tax cuts for the 1%.

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October 9th, 2017

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