Is The RNC Relevant?
The current White House occupant: spewed so many lies: during his taxpayer funded December 6th campaign stop in Osawatomie Kansas that: I had to turn: his speech: off before screaming objections to his rubbish filled remarks: destroyed my vocal cords.
When: speaking: of Conservative economic policy…and I quote: “But here’s the problem:: It doesn’t work.: It has never worked.: It didn’t work when it was tried in the decade before the Great Depression.”
Then why were they called the roaring twenties?: Facts are, detailed: IRS data shows that the Mellon tax cuts resulted in greater tax payments and a larger tax share paid by those with high incomes.: Meanwhile they also: led to: an annual average growth rate of 4.7%.
Conservative economic policies have never worked?: Then why did President Ronald Reagan’s economy: esperience a: 7.2: % growth rate: in 1984?: During the Reagan expansion of 1983-89, the economy grew by an average: annual rate of 3.8%.
Facts show that the results of the 20s and the 80s: were: far better than FDR’s,: Jimmy Carter’s…or yours.
So quit borrowing from Karl Marx to play: the pro-big government class warfare card, claiming the middle class is “under siege” by rich people.: Getting ahead in America has never been about big government stealing from the rich to give to the poor.: : Positive: results occur when: government: doesn’t needlessly interfere: in the private sector economy.
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