Rob Rogers for December 03, 2017

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    Charliegirl Premium Member about 6 years ago

    Boy, are they dreaming!

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member about 6 years ago

    Bringing lots of coal to all the bad boys and girls who didn’t have the moral decency to become filthy rich.

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    Ontman  about 6 years ago

    It will take about 10 years for reality to set in.

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    Radish the wordsmith  about 6 years ago

    Naked theft and class warfare. All for the Republicans, none for anyone else.

    Totally unAmerican.

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    superposition  about 6 years ago

    Too bad so many have lost their sense of smell and can’t tell where not to step.

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    Radish the wordsmith  about 6 years ago

    And the Republicans want to shove their dirt down the throat of America.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member about 6 years ago

    That Senile, wholly owned Subsidiary of Koch Brothers Enterprises, “Good-Old-Boy” Political HACK Yertle The Turtle McConshell has lost it, and has sold out America for his corporate masters. He needs to be treated like the TRAITOR to America, and the American People that he is!

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    lopaka  about 6 years ago

    We are screwed

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    Sadandconfused9  about 6 years ago

    Maybe if there’s enough Discord between the two houses of Congress, if there’s no unifying of this bill between the two different propositions for the tax Bill, perhaps they will find a way to …….kill the damn thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!l

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    Sadandconfused9  about 6 years ago

    Mr Rob Rogers, this is the best panel I’ve seen on this terrible tax bill so far! Great job!

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    superposition  about 6 years ago

    Automation, eased by tax cuts, will grow and millions of middle class jobs will evaporate, … the only recourse is education to get newer better jobs, so a tax incentive would be beneficial, the OPPOSITE of what is in the tax plan.

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    A new study by the McKinsey Global Institute estimates that between 400 million and 800 million of today’s jobs will be automated by 2030.

    The research adds fresh perspective to what is becoming an increasingly concerning picture of the future employment landscape. “We’re all going to have to change and learn how to do new things over time,” institute partner Michael Chui told Bloomberg.

    In the U.S., it seems it’s the middle class that has the most to fear, with office administrators and construction equipment operators among those who may lose their jobs to technology or see their wages depressed to keep them competitive with robots and automated systems.

    …"

    http://fortune.com/2017/11/29/robots-automation-replace-jobs-mckinsey-report-800-million/

    " The repealed higher education tax benefits could cost college students and their families $71 billion over the next 10 years, according to an analysis by Congress’s Joint Committee on Taxation. "

    https://www.axios.com/why-higher-education-hates-the-new-tax-bills-2511050524.html
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    NatureBatsLast  about 6 years ago

    Two proven failures: Soviet style “Command” economies AND “Supply Side” trickle down economies, driven by Goldman Sachs created “Bubbles”. There is a middle way, that works, a well regulated (Gasp!) capitalism.

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    Night-Gaunt49[Bozo is Boffo]  about 6 years ago

    The Japanese figured out back in the 1990’s that you can’t simply automate when you can or your will have a violent revolution followed by economic collapse. So they actually stopped automating and even de-automated some places in order to keep their population working.

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    mr_sherman Premium Member about 6 years ago

    I support capitalism. I even support big business. What I don’t support is greed. Especially that which goes beyond description. Especially that greed which chooses to destroy all life on this planet. That greed is present in the White House and in many members of Congress (the Senate and House of Representatives). Although both major parties have people(?) who are filled with such greed, the Republicans are totally controlled by it.

    Can you RWNJ’s capable of understanding that? I wrote it in simple sentences. Do I need to put each sentence into a separate paragraph?

    How about separate comments?

    Can you understand we are ALL in this TOGETHER?

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    Luanaphile  about 6 years ago

    A little bit of schadenfreud at the discomfiture of middle class Republicans.

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    Mr. Blawt  about 6 years ago

    The Republicans will willfully pretend it smells like roses, apparently the majority of the country are powerless to the money grab by the wealthy of this country.

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