women ugg boots Costco tax cut tweet draws taunts
But after being mocked for bragging about that impact, the tweet from the Wisconsin Republican was deleted.
The imbroglio came days after his Democratic counterpart, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, was criticized for likening companies’ $1,000 employee bonuses to “crumbs.”
The $1.5 trillion tax cut,
signed by President Trump in December, includes a permanent 40% tax cut for corporations, a change Republicans say is long overdue and desperately needed to make America more competitive in the global economy.
The bill also lowers tax rates for individuals and families temporarily, while increasing the standard deduction and the child tax credit. But because the bill also kills or limits key tax deductions most notably reducing the amount of state and local taxes that individuals can deduct on their federal tax returns the impact on individuals will vary.
I think Paul Ryan might not know how costco works. Like you still have to pay for the groceries too, not just the membership. So now I definitely wouldn’t be shocked if Paul Ryan used that Koch donation to buy a Costco.