Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said GOP donors will quit giving to Republicans if Congress does not pass tax reform.
Graham specifically said that "financial contributions will stop" for the GOP.
I love how Republicans are pretending to care about workers, especially workers of color. Anyone else remember in 2017 when they came a Mccain thumb short of ripping healthcare away from millions of Americans? Remember when they finally passed tax cuts for billionaires? I’m sure helping poor minorities was at the top of their priority list when trying to repeal Obamacare while passing tax cuts:
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said GOP donors will quit giving to Republicans if Congress does not pass tax reform.Graham specifically said that "financial contributions will stop" for the GOP.thehill.com
Had to paint a little red in here.Organizers also stressed that the meeting was being put together long before Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell denounced companies' reactions to Georgia's law.www.cbsnews.com
Unemployment was already low (4.7 percent) in January of 2017 when Trump was inaugurated and had been trending in that direction since 2009.Lower tax rates = more investment in the US vs abroad = jobs! It was starting to work. Unemployment was around 3.5% (although labor participation rate still weak).
Did too many companies use the money on stock buybacks, yes, there needed to be provisions against that.The Labor Department's job report said that 136,000 jobs were added last month and unemployment fell to 3.5%, its lowest level in 50 years.abcnews.go.com
Why did any of these laws need to be passed? What voter fraud problem existed in Georgia that needed to be addressed with any legislation?If you are interested in a reasonable conservative take on the Georgia Voting Laws, this guy does a pretty good job. I don't agree with every point he makes, but at least he does a good job of supporting his argument. Warning.......he thinks he's a lot funnier than he actually is.
As a small government advocate, I'm often averse to more legislation. You're right, nothing really needed to change, but that's what politicians do.......they get laws passed that often times do nothing or screw us over.Why did any of these laws need to be passed? What voter fraud problem existed in Georgia that needed to be addressed with any legislation?