By demanding tax breaks for the upper crust, and demanding spending cuts for everyone else, the republican party is isolating voters.
Business Insider said Republicans Are Economic Terrorists
As a Republican and Libertarian, I have to ask what are the party leaders thinking?
The nation has overspent since the arms race of cold war. Once the cold war was over, military spending continued to spiral out of control. Coupled with welfare and corporate welfare, we are broke. We are past broke, we are 16 trillion in debt, and climbing, or rather sinking.
Who in their right mind would argue against the rich paying their fair share?
Capital gains pays less taxes then regular income,
Companies like facebook and google can offshore to lower their tax burden,
But yet, everyday working people are taxed till it hurts.
The middle class is being taxed to death, and all the Republicans can think about it protecting the rich?
After obama won re-election, the Republican party needs to do some soul searching. Do they serve the people, or do they serve an elite few? The party has effectively isolated minorities, gays and now they are working on isolating the middle class.
How much does the Republican party expect the voters to put up with? Are we supposed to keep protecting the rich until there are only 2 classes left, the rich and the poor? If the economy keeps its present course, and taxes keep going up, the middle class is going to die.
Maybe, just maybe, the Republican party will be voted out before the middle class is taxed into the ground.
But then again, if the Republican party is voted out, that leaves only the democrats.
Maybe its time to vote in another party? Maybe its time to kick the two major parties out and get someone else in power?
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