Nancy Pelosi admitted that the United States economy “by all indicators is doing well” thanks to the Republican tax bill, but still “enthusiastically” stands by her comments that the legislation was “armageddon for America.”
It's a shame that Michigan Democrats like Debbie Stabenow, Elissa Slotkin, Gretchen Driskell, and Haley Stevens continue to side with Washington cronies like Nancy Pelosi and join in on the “armageddon” fearmongering over the historic Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Fortunately for Michiganders, the tax cuts passed and the state’s economy has been improving ever since.
MICHIGAN’S ECONOMY HAS PROSPERED UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP
Sen. Stabenow Spoke Out Against The GOP Tax Cuts
Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Voted No On The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act. (H.R. 1, Roll Call Vote #323: Passed 51-48: R 51-1; D 0-48, 12/20/17)
· Sen. Stabenow Slammed The GOP Tax Cuts Saying That “This Bill Actually Raises Taxes On Middle-Class Families And Seniors.” “We need tax reform that puts more money in the pockets of the middle class, closes tax loopholes that send jobs overseas and supports small businesses and farms across Michigan—unfortunately, this bill does none of these things. This bill actually raises taxes on middle-class families and seniors and leaves Michigan families without health insurance to pay for huge tax giveaways for the wealthiest one percent of Americans. This was a missed opportunity to work together in a bipartisan way on real tax reform.” (Press Release, “Stabenow Statement Following Vote On Republican Tax Bill Conference Report,” Sen. Debbie Stabenow, 12/20/17)
Michigan Has Gained 32,400 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of Gop Tax Cuts, 1,000 More Than The Same Period During 2017
Michigan Has Gained 32,400 Jobs In 2018, In The Wake Of GOP Tax Cuts, 1,000 More Than The Same Period During 2017. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, Accessed 8/6/18
Michigan Has Gained 72,100 Jobs Since President Trump Took Office. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, Accessed 8/6/18)
Unemployment In Michigan Has Dropped Since President Trump Took Office
Michigan’s Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 5% To 4.5% Since President Trump Took Office. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, Accessed 8/6/18)
The Unemployment Rate In Michigan For African Americans Has Decreased From 10% To 8.3% Since President Trump Took Office
The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Michigan Was 8.3% In The First Quarter Of 2018. “State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2018Q1 Michigan All: 4.7% White: 4.0% Black: 8.3% Hispanic: NA Asian: NA” (Janelle Jones, “In 14 States And DC, The African American Unemployment Rate Is At Least Twice The White Unemployment Rate,” Economic Policy Institute, 5/17/18)
The Unemployment Rate For African Americans In Michigan Was 10.0% In The Fourth Quarter Of 2016. “State unemployment rates, by race/ethnicity and overall, 2016Q4 Michigan 10.0%. (Janelle Jones, “State Unemployment Rates By Race And Ethnicity At The End Of 2016 Show Progress But Not Yet Full Recovery,”Economic Policy Institute, 2/8/17)
Given this good news for Michigan families, shouldn’t Michigan Democrats admit that their blatantly partisan opposition to the tax cuts is wrong? For more on the booming American economy, see the latest from RNC Research here.
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