On Sunday, the “News Analysis” section of the New York Times featured an article titled: “When Saying ‘Yes’ Is Easier Than Saying ‘No’.” It’s by Jessica Bennett, “the gender editor of the New York Times.” That is her actual title.
Democrats in Panic Because They Know the Trump Tax Cuts Will Unleash an Economic Boom the Likes of Which We Haven’t Seen Since the 1980s
RUSH: So looking ahead to 2018, every single Democrat in Congress, all 238 of them voted "no" on this. And what precisely did they vote "no" on? They voted "no" on cutting taxes. They voted "no" on allowing the American people to keep more of what they earn. They voted "no" on reforming the tax code in ways it hasn't been in 30 years. They voted "no" on a piece of legislation that cuts taxes for 80% of Americans.
RUSH: It was the way Trump was telling these people at the rally how he was different and who he was. "We are going to work so hard for you." This would come after an explanation of doing the wall or fixing trade deals or something.
RUSH: Any time you put that much more money in the economy, I don't care where it is — if you put it in the bank, if you put it in stocks, if you put that much more money in the economy — it can't help but expand and grow it. It's all good in that sense.
RUSH: There's gonna be unforecasted economic growth resulting from this that nobody in Washington can accurately predict because they don't believe in this… I think there's gonna be more economic growth than people are forecasting. I think there's gonna be more money rolling into the Treasury.
RUSH: In a fight for the soul of America, these people are willing to sell out their ideas and abandon the objective of advancing them simply because they think the guy implementing their ideas isn't fit to do so because he's a boob, he's a narcissist, he's a pig, he's a misogynist, whatever it is. And this is what passes for intellectual thought and application.
RUSH: Nikki Haley, our U.N. ambassador, had the tweet of the year. Nikki Haley tweeted the following: "At the U.N. we're always asked to do more & give more," meaning America. The U.N., we, the United States. We're always asked to do more and give more. "So, when we make a decision, at the will of the American ppl, abt where to locate OUR embassy, we don't expect those we've helped to target us. On Thurs there'll be a vote criticizing our choice. The U.S. will be taking names."
RUSH: You see what's going on, folks? Corker was gonna vote "no" on the tax bill and he changed his mind. So here comes Wolf Blitzer with the mythical, "Your critics say." That's one of the most despicable media, lazy journalist cop-outs. "Your critics say…" Who, Wolf? Who are these people? Why does what they say matter, Wolf? Who are Corker's critics? What does it take to be a Corker critic? Is it just you, Wolf, and you don't have the guts to say it and put it in your own words so it's "your critics say"?
RUSH: Believe me, being able to summarily reject the media and not be affected by it, that is one of the major achievements everybody on our side should strive for, to be unaffected by the lies, unaffected by the bias, the drivel, or wherever it is.
RUSH: There was not a Democrat who wanted to be alive today who was gonna cross the aisle and vote. The Democrats' agenda is Trump hatred rooted in Trump not qualified, Trump unfit. There is not a single Democrat that would survive after assisting or siding with anything Trump wants.
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