Remember how Chuck Schumer and the Democratic leadership in Congress was super concerned with bipartisanship when they had control of the House and Senate? Neither do we, but Sen. Chuck Schumer’s hoping the GOP has short memories and will agree to make the Dems happy tomorrow:
Tomorrow, Republicans will have a chance to vote down the #GOPTaxBill, which is one of the least popular pieces of legislation in the last 30 years. If they do, they’ll find a Democratic party that’s willing to work with them on real, bipartisan tax reform.
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) December 18, 2017
“Reform”? He spelled “increases” wrong again.
One of the least popular pieces of legislation was ObamaCare and that was railroaded through by then President Obama and his party. Now you offer to work on a bipartisan tax reform? Hard to put much faith in that.
— Alejandro Aguirre (@alejaguirrec) December 18, 2017
1- @TheDemocrats put the U.S. Economy $21trn in debt. **Nothing to show for it**
2- Federal Tax Cuts don't take money away from the people! Those in rich blue states have HIGH STATE TAXES, this is on your blue Govs & Senators.
— Cry Partisan (@CryPartisan) December 18, 2017
Give it a rest, Chuck!