- May 2019
LIsten, stop lying like an innumerate buffon incapable of knowing even the first thing about ecomonics or even basic finance.what credible data do you want EVERYONE who did benefit from to provide? I find it increasingly silly when people want to stick your fingers in your ears and close your eyes so you can't see or hear that regular people are certainly taking advantage of tax cuts and breaks. Listen, please stop playing stupid and recognize that we all benefit either directly or indirectly.
You may remember all the glowing predictions made for the December 2017 tax cuts by congressional Republicans and the Trump administration: Wages would soar for the rank-and-file, corporate investments would surge, and the cuts would pay for themselves.
Wow. ONE whole example?!?!?! Well that changed EVERYTHING.One example, a good friend of mine owns a company and he gained sizable tax cuts which allowed him to hire new personnel rather than put it off till sometime next year. So, even if the person that was hired didn't get a direct benefit in their own pocket, they clearly were hired because of the tax cut.
Objection: assumes facts not in evidence.This is the difference between wisdom and idiocy. I'm smart enough to recognize that while not everyone benefitted directly, they likely benefitted indirectly. Maybe several levels of indirect as is the case with people that I donate money, time, and supplies every year and when I have more, I can give more. That may mean nothing to you, and there may not be any news article written about what I'm doing, but claiming it doesn't exist because a news article isn't written about it is naive and utterly silly.
You have yet to back up your asinine claim. I won't hold my breath.