Today the Democrats put on a tiresome theatrical performance in the Senate, posturing themselves as advocates for the “middle class.” Actually, a family that earns $250,000 a year isn’t rich; for most such people, it just means they live in a city and have two incomes. And I’ve been a little surprised at how few people buy the idea that raising someone else’s taxes is somehow a big benefit to them. As someone said quite a few years ago, Democrats love employment but they hate employers. Which probably helps to explain why more people aren’t Democrats.
Chuck Asay makes the point effectively; click to enlarge:
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