Jr, joined by Ted Nugent et al made an amazing speech in TC today!
Unscripted and impactful!
When folks started to arrive the temperatures were about 35 degrees, and the wind was blowing hard. The sun was shining however, and the Saturday Traverse City matinee to the main event Monday could not have been better. Donald Trump Junior blew it up!
General Jack Bergman (incumbent/candidate CD1), and John Roth (candidate R-104) opened the event, and were followed up with Ted Nugent and Cam Hanes doing warm up for the son of our President. A warm up I might add, that was both entertaining, (Think hunting stories about truck beds full of goats) but not even necessary!
All of Michigan residents are winning from the Republican tax reforms.
The left would have you believe that only billionaires are the winners from the GOP/Trump tax reform measures.
While some claim the tax cuts only increase the debt, the reality is that the economy must expand, it must grow. It is only growth that can support the already ballooned national debt, and it is only growth that can free those who are chained to dependence on others including services that cost taxpayers so much.
So is it the rich who are the sole beneficiaries of the tax reforms? In Michigan alone, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. From Bonuses, to lowered utility bills, the tax breaks extend to all, and allow the state’s economy to expand and create new opportunities that The Democrats would prefer you didn’t see. Democrats like Debbie Stabenow, who wouldn’t support such performance increasing reforms.
Thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by the Republican congress and signed by President Donald Trump, 90 percent of wage earners have higher take-home pay. And companies of all sizes are already giving bonuses and raises and expanding the scope of their operations.
Begging the question: "Why have Michigan taxpayers not been screaming bloody murder during the last bailout?"
Proposal 15-1 was likely cover for Snyder to get certain debts paid down so more of our resources could be poured into the failure that is Detroit. If it passed, it would have covered a lot of his issues including transportation (trains) infrastructure, existing bonds, and even a few more bucks for those schools that only know how to employ ‘effective teachers’
When will we stop tossing money into an open grave that seems to have unlimited capacity? From a few years back: