Why the Republican Party should stop fighting over tax reform

The House GOP’s tax bill was one of the most unpopular bills in history, with a majority of Americans opposing it.

In the House of Representatives, that is not exactly a good thing.

The American people, in particular, do not trust Republicans to do the right thing for the country.

In fact, they feel as though they are getting worse at governing, not better.

And so it is that many Republicans are actively working to undermine the tax bill.

And that includes some of their own members.

There are plenty of examples of this.

The House passed a bill that was the exact opposite of the one President Trump was pushing.

The GOP bill, for example, was an extension of the Bush tax cuts.

This is not a new trend.

It is an old one.

It started with the Reagan administration.

And it is not going away anytime soon.

In 2013, the House passed the Taxpayer Relief Act, which would have allowed corporations to write off their taxes.

The bill was voted down by the Senate, which was led by the then-Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

But that was just one example of the House and Senate working together on a tax bill that did not meet the public’s needs.

The Taxpayer Protection Act, introduced by Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), was another example.

In his State of the Union address, President Trump said that he was going to bring back the “middle class.”

But his plan did not include a tax cut for the wealthy.

It also included a tax on foreign-made goods.

This meant that the bill would not provide a tax break for American manufacturers, or even for American companies that are based overseas.

It did not even include a “crossover” for individuals and businesses that would let them both deduct their state and local taxes from their taxes, and it did not provide an incentive to hire workers in the United States.

Instead, the bill provided an alternative for corporations that make products in the U.S. That alternative would not be in the bill.

It was a way for corporations to avoid paying taxes, because it would allow them to write-off any foreign taxes they paid.

And as a result, it would have been beneficial for them to avoid the tax they owed.

It would have made the bill a lot more favorable to the wealthy and for corporations, because there would have not been as much incentive to make products here in the country as there would be overseas.

And, in fact, that was exactly what happened.

The Republican tax bill would have given the wealthiest one-fifth of Americans a tax deduction for their state taxes, while it would be much more beneficial to the richest Americans and corporations.

But it would also have made it more advantageous to corporations, and for people like Mr. Corker, who made money from the manufacturing of American goods overseas.

The Senate was going through some changes to the bill that would have left the bill more favorable for American manufacturing and would have reduced the number of tax breaks for corporations.

This was a mistake.

The changes to how the bill was written did not reflect the needs of the American people.

They also did not change the facts.

The plan that was passed was not designed to benefit American manufacturing at all.

It made it very difficult for American businesses to hire American workers and to create jobs in the first place.

And the American economy is not built on a $3 trillion tax cut.

A $3-trillion tax cut that includes the deductions for foreign-manufactured goods, that would help only a small group of Americans, would have a huge impact on the rest of the economy.

And if you look at the American auto industry, the number one employer in the nation, that industry is made up of about one-third American-made jobs.

The rest of them are foreign- made.

They are jobs that pay $1,000 or $1.50 an hour.

The fact that American-manufacturers would benefit from this tax cut is just another example of how Republicans have taken advantage of the fact that we are not a nation of workers.

We are a nation that is built on the backs of the working class.

In recent weeks, some members of the Republican leadership have tried to change the subject to tax reform.

They have said that the tax cut would help small businesses.

That is not true.

They will only help American companies.

The truth is that the corporate tax cut in the House bill is going to be so huge that it will affect almost every company in the economy, including small businesses, and the middle class, too.

The average American household pays about $1 million in corporate income tax.

That’s the average rate of the top 0.1 percent.

And what does that mean for you and me?

It means that if you make $50,000 a year, you would get a $4,500 deduction on your income tax return.

It means you will get a tax credit of $5,000 for every dollar you earn.

You will get another