REPUBLICANS DEFEAT THE TAX CUTS for the “needy,” but yet they espouse God and Christianity at every twist and turn!

In 2001 and 2003 when President George W. Bush and the Republican Controlled House and Senate voted for the massive tax cuts of over ONE TRILLION DOLLARS that benefited mostly the upper 2% of Americans, The Republicans never questioned or even attempted to find a way to pay for it; the tax cuts were just added to our National Debt.

 

On the other hand when it comes to the 160 hard working Americans, the Republicans is demanding cuts in social services that “actually” helps the poor in our society; adding the Keystone Pipeline to the Bill, and shamelessly pretending that they care about the average American. “They have shown their true colors in defeating the temporary Senate Bill that was implemented by a vote of 89 to 10 in favor of the tax cuts.

 

I wonder, just wonder, “Does the American people ever remember what President Bush and his Republican Party did to them from 2001 through 2008? I asked that question because it was the votes cast by the American people in 2010 that ushered in the “do nothing but obstruct,” Republican House of Representatives. More often than not, we reap what we sow.

 

 

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