Democrats are having such a tough time finding victims of the evil Republican tax cut that they're now trotting out a fictional character who debuted in London in 1843 https://t.co/5f791pStox— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) December 20, 2017
Comcast says it's giving $1k bonuses to more than 100k employees, citing tax bill and FCC's net neutrality decision: pic.twitter.com/bKiJ2kXkZS— Jonathan Tamari (@JonathanTamari) December 20, 2017
JUST IN: Fifth Third Bancorp announces plan "to raise its minimum hourly wage for all employees to $15, and distribute a one-time bonus of $1,000 for more than 13,500 employees" following passage of tax bill. https://t.co/GmM8bT0zjh— CNBC (@CNBC) December 20, 2017
Who could have predicted this??????— AshLee Strong (@AshLeeStrong) December 20, 2017
"AT&T is giving $1,000 bonuses to 200,000 employees after tax bill" https://t.co/M8ckGSg9Eo
JUST IN: Wells Fargo hikes its hourly pay rate to $15 & will aim for $400M in philanthropic donations next year due to the newly-passed GOP tax bill. https://t.co/GmM8bT0zjh— CNBC (@CNBC) December 20, 2017
Would be a really terrible thing if working people got Christmas bonuses & charities got donations. https://t.co/c6T7oLJXue— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) December 21, 2017
So, nearly $1000 per year? I bet theyâ€™ll take it. https://t.co/nLNOPY3Y14— Stephen Hayes (@stephenfhayes) December 20, 2017
Evolution of the tax bill meltdown:— Jason Howerton (@jason_howerton) December 21, 2017
"If this passes, you're going to die."
"Ok, you won't die but the billionaires are gonna take all your money."
"Fine, they're giving you bonuses, but it's only for PR."
This econ forecast from Goldman Sachs is something. No 3% growth but almost a 3% unemployment rate. pic.twitter.com/X2RxeTBuJ4— James Pethokoukis (@JimPethokoukis) December 21, 2017
If you're 😡 about tax cuts you're about to get, do you...— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) December 20, 2017
(a) begrudgingly accept newly untaxed $ & spend/save it as needed?
(b) donate $ to charities & causes close to your heart?
(c) voluntarily overpay the treasury & let federal govt spend it?
Who picks door #3? Anyone?