The Democrats have already dialed up the fear-mongering amp to eleven, but this might make them try and find an even higher number on the dial:

Via Reuters:

Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives unveiled an election-year tax plan on Tuesday that is unlikely to become law but could energize party voters this autumn by promising permanent tax cuts for individuals and most business owners.

Days before lawmakers head home for five weeks of summer campaigning before the Nov. 6 congressional elections, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady rolled out a “Tax Reform 2.0” proposal that would also expand savings opportunities for families and workers while expanding write-offs for start-up businesses.

And you know what that means:

LOL! Yes, if Dems like Nancy Pelosi have any energy left after calling the first GOP tax cut package “Armageddon” and “the end of the world,” we’ll be interested to see how they can possibly outdo themselves.