The Hidden Agenda Behind the Christmas Tax Cuts

The Hidden Agenda Behind the Christmas Tax Cuts

Thanksgiving has come and gone, and as the leftover cranberry sauce is put away for next year, it’s time to look forward to the next big holiday. But instead of presents under the tree, the American people are being promised a massive tax cut for Christmas. However, as with any political decision, there’s more to this story than meets the eye.

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The Plan: Rushing Through a Tax Bill

In the short three weeks between now and their Christmas break, the president and Congress plan to push through a massive tax bill with minimal debate. The question is, what’s in this Christmas package? Is it something everyone wants, or is it something nobody wants?

Winners and Losers: Corporate vs. Human

The answer depends on whether you’re a corporation or an average American. While corporations and the wealthy will enjoy permanent tax cuts, low-income Americans will see their taxes go up by 2021. By 2027, individuals making $75,000 or less will pay more than under the current law. This seems unfair, but it’s all part of a grand plan.

The Hidden Logic: Making the Business Tax System Competitive

The supporters of this tax reform bill argue that it will spur economic growth and job creation in the United States. By lowering the corporate tax rate from 35% to 20% and making it permanent, they believe that the jobs of the future will be created at home. But this logic seems roundabout and uncertain.

The National Debt: A Convenient Oversight

One glaring oversight is that this tax bill would add at least $1.4 trillion to the national debt. Interestingly, the same Republicans who accused Obama of increasing the debt are now willing to overlook it. It seems their priorities have shifted.

The Hypocrisy: Pretending to Hate What They Secretly Favor

This move by Republicans reminds us of their tendency to pretend to hate something, only to end up doing exactly what they claimed to dislike. It’s reminiscent of a conservative politician who vehemently opposes homosexuality, only to be caught engaging in secret affairs. This pattern raises questions about what else Republicans have been pretending to hate.

A Call to Action: Tweet Trump for Change

As the decision on the tax bill looms, average Americans must find a way to stop Trump from giving massive tax cuts to the super-rich. One option is to tweet directly to Donald Trump, reminding him that Obama, who is undeniably wealthy, will also benefit greatly from these tax cuts. Perhaps this realization could prompt a sudden change of heart.

In conclusion, the Christmas tax cuts may not be as joyful as they seem. The benefits will primarily go to corporations and the wealthy, while average Americans will face higher taxes in the long run. It’s crucial to stay informed and engage in dialogue to ensure that the decisions made in Congress truly benefit the American people.

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