Virtually everyone in America agrees that the state of the economy is pretty stellar at the moment. Unemployment is plummeting across the board, and just about every viable industry is creating jobs each month.
While it’s definitely true the economy was showing signs of recovery from the slump that plagued the Obama administration shortly before President Donald Trump took office, there is little doubt that the tax cuts and executive level regulatory reforms have had a substantial impact. Americans now have more take home pay, are able to invest more into their savings, and are in a better position to spend domestically. All of these things are sure signs of prosperity.
But, because the Democrats have recently decided to be bad at just about everything, they are running against everything that can even be remotely linked to the president. You would think the so-called party of the working man would eventually come to embrace tax cuts that mainly targeted the middle class, but instead of doing that, leadership has saw fit to run against the entire Trump agenda.
The biggest loser in this scenario are working class Americans. Sure — corporate tax cuts definitely hit the wealthy first, but after one company after another continues to announce raises and generous end of the year bonuses, it’s easy to see how individuals at every income level benefit.
So, to Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, and everyone else running the midterm election campaigns — please continue demonizing a sound economy every chance you get. American voters are loving it.
~ Facts Not Memes