Remember in 2012 when Kansas Governor Sam Brownback launched his “live experiment” in conservative governance? Cutting taxes was going to spur growth and create jobs. So how did that work out? Meet Mike – a Republican farmer from Kansas who has experienced first-hand what happens when the GOP cuts taxes for the rich. Now, he’s calling for #NotOnePenny in tax cuts for the wealthy: notonepenny.org. (h/t to DP)
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Michael Jacobs says
so why is this dude a republican? cutting taxes for the wealthy is a core republican belief.
Robb Lane says
Trickle down has never worked (and it has been tried several times in our history) Yet people stupidly keep drinking the Kool-aide??? WHY??