— Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) December 22, 2017
From the clearly biased and butt-hurt AP (via Yahoo! News):
President Donald Trump has signed into law a $1.5 trillion tax overhaul package.
Trump touted the size of the tax cut, declaring to reporters in the Oval Office before he signed it Friday that “the numbers will speak.”
The president said he was going to wait to sign it until after Jan. 1 but changed his mind.
The legislation provides generous cuts for corporations and the wealthiest Americans and smaller ones for the middle class and low-income families.
Points for correct capitalization of “president.” It pleases my grammar senses.
Negative points to the AP for adding the “generous cuts for corporations and the wealthiest Americans and smaller ones for the middle class…” malarkey. It’s misleading. Wealthiest Americans, corporations pay more in taxes than smaller business and the middle class. Ergo, the more taxes you pay, the greater the tax cut. Math. It’s still a thing. Despite some trolls deeming math white supremacy.
Providing a giant tax cut to corporations has also led many corporations to pass that savings onto their employees (read In Response to Tax Reform, Three Major Companies Help Employees). Turns out math and “trickle down” are still valid principles in a post gender spectrum world. Hope for humanity can be found, even in the dumbest of places.
While leftists cry about the government not taking as much money from you (while they keep the benefits of their own tax cuts, thanks) here’s hoping you do whatever you’d like with more of your own money. It is, after all, your money. Not government’s. Despite the grumblings from leftists. Who act as though they’re cursed with perpetual atomic wedgies.