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Boy, Biden is telling some whoppers that the Libs are just eating up. Here is one of them.

See link: Biden can't tell the truth about Trump's tax cuts

Maybe I shouldn't blame him because he has early onset dementia and he reads from a teleprompter that is so big so he can read what is scripted for him. Not only that, but the Liberal media tosses him softball questions on purpose. They want to steer the Liberal agenda and hide and distort facts from the general public. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!
 

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If he tells the truth then he will have trouble not extending the middle class tax cut. His handlers would rather it be true as that could result in a double dip in the pockets of the middle class.
 

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No. Because I know you did not vote for Trump.
almost did
Glad I didn’t
BUT I do believe he sped up the process
of the bozo bus running off the road
as far as we the people are concerned.
tRump, blinkin, et al don’t ride the bus
 

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If the bozo bus ran off the road. . . .you would be required to get off. That could be a good thing for you. A little walking is good for the spirit.
 

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The truth about Trump's tax cuts is that most of the corporation tax windfalls were either invested overseas to create more offshore operations, used for stock buybacks, or to excessively compensate company officers.
If it was used to create more US-based infrastructure to create more jobs, or to increase existing employee's wages or benefits, it may have actually had a positive effect.
But most of us knew what was going to happen without any guidelines or restrictions.
 

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The truth about Trump's tax cuts is that most of the corporation tax windfalls were either invested overseas to create more offshore operations, used for stock buybacks, or to excessively compensate company officers.
If it was used to create more US-based infrastructure to create more jobs, or to increase existing employee's wages or benefits, it may have actually had a positive effect.
But most of us knew what was going to happen without any guidelines or restrictions.
Yes, all "real republicans" know it was nothing but tax cuts for the greedy rich. Now that we have a "real republican" in the Whitehouse, the rich will finally pay there fair share.
 

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The truth about Trump's tax cuts is that most of the corporation tax windfalls were either invested overseas to create more offshore operations, used for stock buybacks, or to excessively compensate company officers.
If it was used to create more US-based infrastructure to create more jobs, or to increase existing employee's wages or benefits, it may have actually had a positive effect.
But most of us knew what was going to happen without any guidelines or restrictions.
So what is your source UL Bill? Certainly you don't expect anybody to believe you because you just said it.

Since you think you already knew the answer did you actually wait for a credible validation of that belief?

LA Times reported Trumps new taxes had repatriated 1 trillion dollars less than 2 years since the law became effective. U.S. companies have repatriated $1 trillion since tax overhaul
that was out of an estimated 1.5 to 2.5 trillion sheltered from US taxes held by US corporations overseas at the time of the passage of the act. That's 40 to 67% of the money held overseas and the new tax rules made investing in America far more competitive on the world stage to the tune of 15 to 25%, without costing us a red cent.

Obviously though US corporations are going to continue to invest where they believe they can make the most post tax profits and we shouldn't prohibit that but instead address it via bilateral trade agreements that seek to uphold this countries relatively high moral and legal obligations to its employees and the environment.
 
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The truth about Trump's tax cuts is that most of the corporation tax windfalls were either invested overseas to create more offshore operations, used for stock buybacks, or to excessively compensate company officers.
If it was used to create more US-based infrastructure to create more jobs, or to increase existing employee's wages or benefits, it may have actually had a positive effect.
But most of us knew what was going to happen without any guidelines or restrictions.
How dare you tell “IT” like “IT” is!!!!!!!!
 

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So what is your source UL Bill? Certainly you don't expect anybody to believe you because you just said it.

Since you think you already knew the answer did you actually wait for a credible validation of that belief?

LA Times reported Trumps new taxes had repatriated 1 trillion dollars less than 2 years since the law became effective. U.S. companies have repatriated $1 trillion since tax overhaul
that was out of an estimated 1.5 to 2.5 trillion sheltered from US taxes held by US corporations overseas at the time of the passage of the act. That's 40 to 67% of the money held overseas and the new tax rules made investing in America far more competitive on the world stage to the tune of 15 to 25%, without costing us a red cent.

Obviously though US corporations are going to continue to invest where they believe they can make the most post tax profits and we shouldn't prohibit that but instead address it via bilateral trade agreements that seek to uphold this countries relatively high moral and legal obligations to its employees and the environment.
I love how y’all quantify y’all’s belief system with numbers and rationalizations
ATTABOY!
 

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So what is your source UL Bill? Certainly you don't expect anybody to believe you because you just said it.

Since you think you already knew the answer did you actually wait for a credible validation of that belief?

LA Times reported Trumps new taxes had repatriated 1 trillion dollars less than 2 years since the law became effective. U.S. companies have repatriated $1 trillion since tax overhaul
that was out of an estimated 1.5 to 2.5 trillion sheltered from US taxes held by US corporations overseas at the time of the passage of the act. That's 40 to 67% of the money held overseas and the new tax rules made investing in America far more competitive on the world stage to the tune of 15 to 25%, without costing us a red cent.

Obviously though US corporations are going to continue to invest where they believe they can make the most post tax profits and we shouldn't prohibit that but instead address it via bilateral trade agreements that seek to uphold this countries relatively high moral and legal obligations to its employees and the environment.
“So what is your source UL Bill? Certainly you don't expect anybody to believe you because you just said it.”
Oh the er uh never mind......
Y’all have back up from the LA TIMES!!!!!
seen
Right?
Of course
 

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WaPo is continuously giving Joe Four Pinocchios. The really sad part of this is that the MSM keeps backing up Joes lies. And now MLB has joined the group of "we believe Joe's proven lies anyway"
 

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So what is your source UL Bill? Certainly you don't expect anybody to believe you because you just said it.

Since you think you already knew the answer did you actually wait for a credible validation of that belief?

LA Times reported Trumps new taxes had repatriated 1 trillion dollars less than 2 years since the law became effective. U.S. companies have repatriated $1 trillion since tax overhaul
that was out of an estimated 1.5 to 2.5 trillion sheltered from US taxes held by US corporations overseas at the time of the passage of the act. That's 40 to 67% of the money held overseas and the new tax rules made investing in America far more competitive on the world stage to the tune of 15 to 25%, without costing us a red cent.

Obviously though US corporations are going to continue to invest where they believe they can make the most post tax profits and we shouldn't prohibit that but instead address it via bilateral trade agreements that seek to uphold this countries relatively high moral and legal obligations to its employees and the environment.
Your gonna hate this, but it was actually stated in a Wall St. Journal article over a year ago.
 
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