Thanks to Victoria Lamb Hatch for a clarifying statement on Republican actions…
I often quote other articles on this blog, but rarely do I repost other reader’s comments on posts. However, I was reading a Think Progress article on the Republican proposal to cut social programs but leave military funding alone and found this comment by Victoria Lamb Hatch:
Should we close some tax loopholes that benefit mostly the rich and large corporations? No.
Should we eliminate tax subsidies that go to corporations making billions of dollars in profits? No.
Should we take away school lunches from low-income children, and gut programs like food stamps, Medicaid, and other social services that benefit people who are struggling? Of course. They can’t afford high-priced lobbyists.
I can remember a time when I believed the GOP to be a party with a political ideology that differed from mine. Now I just see them as hateful and cruel.
See what I mean? A clear statement that you can carry to the bank.
If we don’t make cuts across the whole spectrum AND return to taxes on corporations and the wealthy to bring back our economic health, then we might as well toss the two-party system into the trash.
Posted on May 16, 2012, in blogs, Congress, Corporations, Economics, ethics, Family, Finance, government, Health Care, Internet, News, Opinion, Politics, quote, Taxes, Warning, Word from Bill and tagged Dan Liljenquist, GOP, Medicaid, Orrin Hatch, Pentagon, Republican, United States Senate, Utah. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off.