Closing Thought–13Oct20

Do You Make $400,000 a year?

If so then according to the chairman of the RNC you are the same as 82% of the American people.

Ronna Romney McDaniel, the chairperson of the Republican National Committee, on Sunday faced backlash after suggesting that “82% of Americans” make more than $400,000 per year.

In a tweet on Sunday, McDaniel pointed to a video clip from a conservative media group, which asserted that “middle income earners” will see a tax increase under a Joe Biden presidency. However, Biden has said that he will not raise taxes on individuals making less than $400,0000 per year.

Is this broad that out of touch?  Maybe she is just a long toad like her fearless leaders.

Are you in that false 82%?

I’m not.

This is just one example of why I have a hard time voting GOP at any time….they are just so damn out of touch with the society that they cannot possible do anything for the whole country.

I Read, I Write, You Know

“lego ergo scribo”


8 thoughts on “Closing Thought–13Oct20

  1. The most I ever made, at the end of my working life, was £37,500 a year. When I retired, that was considered to be an above average salary in Britain, though less than that in London.
    $400,000 was only a dream.
    Best wishes, Pete.

      1. Trump could lose by millions of votes and still win in 2020 … As much as we the majority would like to purge the outcome of 2016 from memory the chasm between the popular vote and the Electoral College could ONCE AGAIN give him the go ahead in his war on democracy. We must get rid of the electoral college, it’s on the agenda.

  2. I’d be happy to take gov’t money to get me to that $400k per year mark…. But that would be a social program and the GOP is boooooo on social programs. I feel like I’m on a hamster wheel that won’t spin.

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