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I'm not into politics but, but if i were to put my two cents into this topic targeting the lower taxes.
Middles/low income class will greatly benefit from lower taxes and invest into smaller business and
save so they can later employ those who are seeking jobs which then of course brings back more
economy to the government. There will also be more jobs available for everyone, because
companies or agencies that hire employees will create more jobs if they are honest about their
spending even though some corporate's such private sectors misuse the amount income they
receive for their own interest, or than the government does. it would be disadvantage for the
government/congress because they wont be able to spend insubstantial amount of money on
wars/military and other programs they say ?help? the poor which isn?t much of a progress. If the
public candidly willing to give their fair share for the public?s interests, then much taxes shouldn?t be
cut down and their checks should not be dissected. Middle/low income class worker gets paid at
minimum wage and some even work overtime just to earn a living, that shouldn?t be taken away
from them. The government should put the public interest before spending it carelessly on things
that don?t benefit us.
As much as $1.11 trillion have been spent in the last year alone which is referred to as
?discretionary spending? which is a portion of budget the congress agrees on annually and it a fixed
spending on the pentagon and military programs. Another spending is ?mandatory spending? which
is spent within less than a year on SSI and Medicare which isn?t so bad because they elderly citizens
benefit from it. Also spent on SNAP, which isn?t a good idea because this is a way of the government
incapacitating healthy individuals from working when they can, and that actually helps the economy
and no need to spend money on unnecessary things like SNAP. The total federal spending sums up
to $3.8 trillion when combined both spending?s mentioned above. If the government stopped
spending much on such things and lower taxes maybe everyone would be satisfied and encouraged
to work harder and invest therefore produce goods so the economy will be in its best shape, rather
than fluctuate every year and leave us empty handed.
Below are some great articles I find informative. https://www.nationalpriorities.org/budget-basics/federal-budget-101/spending/
https://www.pacificresearch.org/article/oct-4-pro-con-are-tax-cuts-best-for-america/