January 7, 2018

What have I been saying?

I've been saying that 2018, contrary to mainstream popular opinion, could very well be a wave year for Republicans, not Democrats.  The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ensures that the economy will be even more robust than it was during president Trump's first year, and people will feel a difference.  If they want more of the same, they'll get out and vote to support Republicans who support president Trump's jobs agenda.

I'm not alone in this line of thinking. Peter Ferrara agrees:
2018 is a midterm election year, and typically the party that holds the White House gets thrashed in the midterms. But just the opposite will happen this year for several reasons.

The first reason is that tax reform is going to work spectacularly with Trump’s deregulation to finally restore booming economic growth of four percent a year or more. Just like President John F. Kennedy’s tax cuts in the 1960s and President Ronald Reagan’s tax cuts in the 1980s, the critical tax rate cuts in the 2017 tax reform legislation will result in skyrocketing investment, flooding job creation, surging wages, swelling labor supply, rocking business expansion, rolling business creation and booming growth.
But that's just the tip of the success iceberg. Tax changes for corporations have instantly made America more attractive to businesses. He continues:
America’s formerly outdated corporate tax rates averaged nearly 40 percent, counting state corporate taxes—roughly double Asia’s 20.1 percent and Europe’s 18.9 percent. Other countries worldwide have been cutting their corporate tax rates for decades, creating this crippling tax disadvantage. Those countries responded to global competition and the latest economic studies showing that workers in modern economies actually bear most of the corporate and business tax burden.

America is falling behind the times, crippled by socialist media and misleading Democratic rhetoric.
His prediction for the outcome matches mine:
This economic boom will boost Republican candidates by November, all the more because not one Democrat voted for the tax reform. The boom will also rapidly nullify any increase in the deficit, with further help from spending restraint, further boosting Republicans.

Democrats will surely be hurt when voters realize that they and their media lied to them about tax reform. Blue collar workers and the middle class will see their taxes decline, and the fabrications about over 80 percent of the tax benefits going to the top 1 percent will be disrobed.
As Wayne Allyn Root astutely noted, we've gone from worst to potentially the best president in one year:
Obama was the worst economic president in America’s history. And what he did to the American working class and middle class is an unforgivable sin.

Wasn’t it Obama who said manufacturing jobs were gone forever? Here’s the quote. “When somebody says … that he’s going to bring all these jobs back. Well how exactly are you going to do that? What are you going to do? There’s uh, uh, no answer to it … what magic wand do you have? And usually the answer is, he (Trump) doesn’t have an answer.”

This was Obama’s attitude with the lives and livelihoods of American citizens at stake...

Why didn’t Obama champion tax cuts for corporations if that would result in companies rewarding their employees? Did he also think that was impossible? Did he even care?

The Trump economy is exploding. These are developments over just the past few days — proving, once and for all, that Obama and his liberal supporters were wrong about everything.

It’s time for Obama and his liberal supporters to cry “Uncle.”
2017 was an impressive start for Republicans. 2018 will be a banner year for Republicans.

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