Day after day, post after post, it becomes more and more obvious that Republican have no intention of “reinventing” themselves, only their superficial, fake “image.” The party may think nobody’s noticing what’s behind the curtain, but apparently young voters (among others) are. They see the GOP as “closed-minded, racist, rigid, old-fashioned,” and not “open-minded, caring, or co-operative.”
Here’s something else they are: Perpetually devoted to the wealthiest people and corporations at the expense of regular working people. Wisconsin Republicans have made that perfectly clear.
A Republican lawmaker’s proposal to expand income tax cuts beyond those initially proposed by Gov. Scott Walker would mostly benefit taxpayers making more than $100,000, a nonpartisan analysis released Monday found.
The average tax cut for 2015 under the proposal would be nearly $300, compared to the $83 average for an average taxpayer under Walker’s plan, according to the analysis. [...]
The report came as Republicans who control the Legislature wrangled over major budget items in closed door meetings, negotiating last-minute deals on cutting income taxes, expanding private voucher school programs, funding public schools and rejecting a federally funded Medicaid expansion.
So what else is new, right?