Nancy Pelosi’s programmers may want to deactivate her before she sees this Associated Press article. She’s been short circuiting over the Trump tax cuts as it is (see Nancy Pelosi vs Reality on the Trump Tax Cuts and Nancy Pelosi Rips Lower Middle Class Taxes, Employee Bonuses). Referring to the average American’s savings from tax breaks as paltry crumbs.
Wait until she hears about the peons in middle America being happy with their “crumbs.” I don’t want to find out what happens when a 217 year old robot goes into self destruct mode.
Maybe the politicians & their echo chambers who stridently predicted the tax law would be an "armageddon"-style "end of the world" & a "massive attack on the middle class" should pay a political & reputational price. They lied, then BS narratives died: https://t.co/gq6hwE1N0H
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) February 1, 2018
Wayne Love, who works in managed care in Spring Hill, Florida, got an extra $200 in his paycheck last week, which he said will help offset a $300 increase in the cost of his health insurance.
“I have heard time and again that the middle class is getting crumbs, but I’ll take it!” Love said by email.
Julia Ketchum, a secretary at a public high school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, said she was pleasantly surprised her pay went up $1.50 a week. She didn’t think her pay would go up at all, let alone this soon. That adds up to $78 a year, which she said will more than cover her Costco membership for the year.
And Todd Anderson of Texas and his fiance, who are both educators, got an extra $200 in their paychecks combined that they plan to use to cover the costs of a second baby on its way.
We’ve learned a few things in the past week or two. Americans have a) gotten more money in their paychecks, b) heard the greatest Democrat leader of all time say it’s bad, and c) seen the president give a national address and not sound like crazy person playing with his own poop.
Sucks to be Democrats, lately.