“Tax the rich, not the poor.”
Second-best economic news this week?
A man with a plan
“I might jet.”
Moving on out
Who’s gaining and losing seats in 2020?
The media mantra of 2019.
Math is hard … but it’s not this hard.
Here we go again
But … new spending? Natch.
Eat the rich, tax the poor?
“There is not enough annual income available among higher earners to finance the full cost of Medicare for All.”
“…$34.0 trillion over 10 years.”
He means you, Elizabeth Warren.
“So, yes or no, should middle-class Americans expect their taxes to go up…”
Math is hard.
“But will their taxes go up?”
“all income of all taxpayers earning $200,000 or more would only fund somewhat over half of the progressive agenda”
“We should stop using Republican talking points, in order to talk with each other…”
“If you’re going to spend an awful lot of money, you have to go where the money is…”
“Lighthizer is not happy.”
Telling it like it is
You don’t want to know, but you need to
It’s not just Elizabeth Warren talking about it
Flee while you can afford to
“…60% of respondents across the 21 countries polled believe they are not receiving their fair share of public benefits”
Uncle Sam does a terrible job of watching your money for you
Populism on steroids
There’s also gambling in the casino
Here’s a lineup of potential Democratic endorsements for you
“Snipe his ass.”
So much for that
Talk about the art of the deal…
Maybe more should leave
“…their cargo included 1.2 million barrels of gasoline worth nearly $50 million”
“She is an evil person.”