Fifty years ago, everyone was told and believed that Democrats were the party of the working class and that Republicans were the party of the wealthy and perhaps that may have been true at one time, but it’s not true any longer. Many people also do not know that there are more wealthy people that donate to the Democrats than there are to the Republicans. They may not also realize that over the past couple of decades, Republicans have done more to help working Americans than the Democrats have.
Over the past week, this was especially evident in both the House and Senate when every Democrat in both houses, voted against the tax reform cuts that is designed to help working Americans.
(Constitution.com) – Political commentator Katie Pavlich said that every single Democrat was against the middle class when they vote no on the tax reform bill.
“Every single Democrat voted against the middle class,” she said.
She said that with this bill approved, Wednesday was a “historic day for the president.”
After being required to vote again on the tax bill after Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) found violations of the Byrd Rule in the original bill, it passed both chambers by Wednesday afternoon…
It’s confusing to try to understand why unions are so pro-Democrat while in many ways, the Democrats have been more anti-jobs than Republicans. By cutting corporate taxes, it allows corporations to hire more workers, provide better benefits including higher wages, all things that unions want, but yet not a single Democrat voted for the tax reform bill, they didn’t vote for unions and they definitely did not vote for working Americans.