Democrats Tax Argument Violates At Least Three Of The Ten Commandments

President Trump’s and the GOP tax reform bill passed this week, sending many into a flurry of fear-mongering and extreme rhetoric.

Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) reason for opposing tax bill – jealousy.

Now, it’s true that people at the bottom end of the earnings brackets get less back from the government than high-income earners. That’s because they pay far less in taxes. If you slash tax rates, those who pay more in taxes will see a bigger benefit.

But that’s the entire problem from Lieu’s perspective: if the poor man gets to keep a small amount of money because he’s poor, that’s unfair. Instead, he’s being robbed, since he has some sort of right to the rich man’s money.

This is immoral. It violates at least three of the Ten Commandments: the commandment not to steal, the commandment not to covet, and the commandment not to worship idols. On a moral level, just because you want someone else’s property doesn’t mean the government can provide it for you or that you have a right to vote for politicians who will take it.

But at least we now know what’s behind Democrats’ insane response to Americans keeping their cash: it might make other people who don’t have as much money feel bad.  DailyWire

The Final GOP Tax Bill

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Republicans unveiled the final version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act early Friday evening [Dec. 15], paving the way for their first major legislative win of the 115th Congress.

GOP lawmakers are expected to pass legislation providing the largest overhaul of the U.S. tax code in 31 years before the end of next week.

The $1.5 trillion tax package includes seven individual tax brackets falling at 10 percent, 12 percent, 22 percent, 24 percent, 32 percent, 35 percent and 37 percent. The plan reduces rates for the majority of Americans and small businesses, with top income earners seeing their rate drop from 39.6 percent to 37 percent. DailyCaller