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    Here is further evidence that "the short run" is not nearly as important as "the long run":

    Factory workers at GM see layoffs, not benefits, after tax cuts
    In the short run, the tax law coupled with federal spending acted as a stimulus, a "sugar rush," but there are indicators the economy may slow this year.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/business/eco...x-cuts-n985981

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    As a result of the Republicans' so-called "tax reform," children of fallen service members are forced to pay thousands of extra dollars in taxes on their survivor benefits – but, hey, at least banks, big corporations and the wealthiest 1% of Americans got a huge tax cut. Republicans don't care about anyone else.

    Military families slammed by Trump's tax reform demand changes

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/mi...ges/ar-BBWjzqU

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    Emperor Trump promised his tax cuts would lead to higher wages. They didn't. Emperor Trump promised his tax cuts would lead to a surge in investment. They didn't. Emperor Trump promised the tax cuts would beneft everyone, not just the wealthiest Americans. They didn't. Emperor Trump promised the tax cuts would "pay for themselves." They didn't. Emperor Trump was lying. Is anyone surprised?

    A devastating analysis of the tax cuts shows it did virtually no economic good

    https://www.latimes.com/business/hil...529-story.html

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