Another GOP tax cut?

Apr 2013
34,337
23,186
Left coast
#1
Betteridge's law of headlines may be to the fore here, but twitter is alive with broad based condemnation of Dotard, Paul Ryan and the GOP in general because they are at least proposing another large tax cut to be put in place before the midterms.

Any hard links to this?
 
Oct 2010
63,622
24,922
Colorado
#2
A motive.

GOP's latest tax-cut bill won't pass, but it could roil midterms
in high-tax states like California
Congressional Republicans are launching another tax-cut push this week, but it’s more about your November election ballot than your 1040 form.​
And in California and other high-tax states, it could further inflame debate about the controversial new $10,000 limit on deductions for state and local tax payments that hits many residents hard.​
Analysts said the legislation, which would make individual tax cuts and the deduction limit permanent, has no chance of passing the Senate this year. Republicans are pushing ahead anyway to force House Democrats — who unanimously opposed last year’s tax-cut bill — to take another tax vote ahead of the midterm elections.​
“You could get Democrats in moderate districts on record as opposing another tax cut and maybe that could help their Republican opponents,” explained Gregory Valliere, chief global strategist at Horizon Investments, an investment management firm.​

More: GOP's latest tax-cut bill won't pass, but it could roil midterms in high-tax states like California
 
Jul 2014
12,462
7,495
massachusetts
#3
I did hear about an indexing of capital gains, which he proposed doing by executive order, that would really be a big savings for say people with New York Real Estate holdings.....
 

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