Ways and Means Propaganda

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Pro-growth tax reform will establish the U.S. as a 21st century magnet for new business investment and job creation.

Tax reform will increase U.S. competitiveness and prevent American jobs from moving overseas.

Pro-growth tax reform will provide a healthier economy for the long run, strengthening our communities, encouraging Main Street job creation and investment, and improving the lives of all Americans.

Pro-growth tax reform will result in bigger paychecks to bring home to your family.

Pro-growth tax reform will bring more job opportunities to your community.

Tax reform will grow our economy and create jobs across America.





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9 Responses to Ways and Means Propaganda

  1. catkestler says:

    Reed as usual trying to pull the wool over your eyes much like he did when he sold a bill of goods to Corning/Horseheads regarding fracking. ‘If you build it, they will come.’
    The future is turning to robotics taking over jobs– they don’t require a paycheck, benefits nor time off.


  2. pystew says:

    Do we have a Tax Reform plan yet?

    I must have missed it between the “Breaking News” on what Trump’s Budget affect on the Safety Net, the FBI Investigation, the Senate’s Investigation, the House’s Investigation, Michael Flynn’s problems (and Flynn’s businesses problems), the AHCA’s affect on the Safety Net and how Trump is not twittering on his Saudi Arabian trip–so he is acting Presidential.

    Maybe we’ll hear about it when Wiki-leaks leaks it out.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. catkestler says:

    I believe that the ‘overload’ of “BREAKING NEWS” is meant for us to grow tired and just ignore what’s coming out of DC.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Rynstone says:

    As of April 15th, 2016 there are 74,608 pages in the Federal Tax Code http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/look-at-how-many-pages-are-in-the-federal-tax-code/article/2563032

    The tax code is over 10 million words long. https://taxfoundation.org/federal-tax-laws-and-regulations-are-now-over-10-million-words-long/

    Please read these articles. thank you.

    The Tax code is long past due for a major overhaul. We must eliminate many tax deductions that only wealthy people and corporations can afford to hire well trained expert CPSs to take advantage of.

    Cut spending and then overhaul the Federal tax code and the economy will prosper.


  5. whungerford says:

    If the tax code is complex, it is because Congress made it so. Is it likely that Congress will make it better? What do you think about Ryan and Brady’s interest in a new “Border Adjustment Tax?”


  6. Rynstone says:

    The Tax Code is complex. Much of it is created by Congress. Both Democrats and Republicans are complicit. The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) is responsible for some of the complex “tax codes”.

    I am deeply disappointed in Ryan and his actions regarding taxes and government spending. I am unfamiliar with the “Border Adjustment Tax” you mention.


  7. Rynstone says:

    Robots do require marketing & sales reps to sell robots, designers to design robots, part builders to build teh parts for the robots, assembly personnel to build robots, programmers to program robots, field engineer technicians to train operators & repair robots and operators to operate robots.
    And none of these people will not have to be concerned about getting repetitive motion injuries for doing labor intensive jobs, many that are in hostile environments. The improved work environment will reduce Workman’s Comp costs, the automation will improve manufacturing efficiency while improving quality and reducing defects.

    All of this should enable the company to lower selling costs to acquire additional sales and be more competitive with countries like China, India and South East Asia. This additional sales may require more managers, more packagers, more robots and more robot operators.

    Now if we can just get big over-reaching bureaucratic government out of the way we will be all set !

    Sounds like a win/win to me for everyone.


  8. Rynstone says:

    What are we resisting ?

    What are we organizing for ?

    What are we volunteering for ?


  9. whungerford says:

    How does ” big over-reaching bureaucratic government” get in the way of businesses investing in robotics? Do you buy the argument that if corporate taxes were lower, businesses now failing would prosper?


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