Suddenly, now that Hussein Obama and the criminals, at least those at the very top, have been removed from power, the leftist media wants problems fixed. After 8 years, lofty, empty promises are no longer enough. Fortunately, there’s a sizeable portion of Republicans who agree and have no use for empty rhetoric. Jim Jordan, on many issues, is one of those guys.
As the host demonstrates, Republicans will be required to fix the Democrat mess and reverse the downward spiral exacerbated by Hussein Obama. It’s good she wants the same thing out of our Representatives and our President that we do now. It’s just unfortunate that the media was willing to accept attacks on America and the American people and label them as productivity from the White House for the last eight years.
In discussing the broken tax system, MSNBC’s leftist “news” reader, Stephanie Ruhle, asks in a somewhat agitated tone, “You know what IBM got last quarter? Not waiting for a response she answers her own question, “A credit – a nine percent credit.” She adds, “So as long as tax structures and specialists exist and corporations hire them, and we know they do, they ain’t never paying thirty-five percent.”
Somehow she believes things would be more fair without a tax structure and that receiving a 9% credit is a flat tax – she’s a liberal, after all. She probably doesn’t understand much of what Rep Jordan is telling her in his foreign language of reasoned opinions and beliefs, aka conservatism.
He tries to sort things out for her, saying, “Understand where we are right now. On the personal side, any tax code that says that half of the population, you don’t have to participate in the main tax is broken. Any tax code on the corporate side which says to American corporations, ‘You’re going to pay the highest rate in the world’ is stupid.”
Jordan says, “So if you have a tax code that’s both broken and stupid, you might want to change it, right? So that’s what this seeks to do. Certainly we’ve got to get rid of the exemptions, deductions and credits, all of that complicated stuff in the code. Let’s lower the rate. Let’s make it simpler, flatter, fairer on the personal side as well. That’s what the American people want and frankly, back to our point again, this is something we campaigned on and told them we were going to do.”
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