Republicans hope to create a social security crisis, but President Obama has declared that he has no desire to indulge them in that fantasy.
The current Republican congress wants to cut social security benefits. The House Budget Chair made that clear again during a Monday speech.
Some Republicans are beginning to express little hope that the President will go along with the scam and may eschew raising taxes on the poor, for now, and instead set their sights on slashing corporate taxes.
In the end, it isn't the 1 percent who are leaving the United States, but their money.
Sander Levin called Republicans out for their utter waste of government resources and taxpayer money, noting that 150 IRS employees have worked 70,000 hours for the fake IRS scandal.
Republicans have made no secret underfunding the IRS is punitive for what they cite as inappropriate actions over the phony scandal when IRS employees scrutinizing political groups.
First it was "Fast and Furious", then "Benghazi." Now, concurrent with Benghazi, it's the repugnant tax snoops, the IRS, TARGETING so-called Conservative groups. It is all a crock.
The IRS is tasked with collecting taxes to fund services all Americans depend on, but they can't properly do their jobs because funding cuts have left them understaffed and impotent.
The self-made myth perpetuated by conservatives has been allowed to shape policy, demonize government, and deny how much is built together
When pressed during a local Wisconsin interview, Paul Ryan admitted that the whole Romney tax plan is based on the trickle down theory that more tax cuts will magically bring growth and prosperity.