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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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Reposted from O!Daddie.

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For a very long time I've been using Red (italicized) as the color to indicate something taken from some news source and Orange to indicate my personal comments.

This morning, after producing the previous post, my eyes didn't adjust to the red very well so I was thinking about using a different color. My options are limited but I thought I'd give my viewers a voice in selecting something, or keeping the red.

This is a Red test...

This is a Yellow test...

This is a Lime test...

This is a Cyan test...

This is a Blue test...

This is a Purple test...

This is a Magenta test...

Any preferences?

(I want to mention that I dislike the White of the Reactions buttons, but I have no control over that color.)

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The GOP's Tax Cut Bonanza Is a Major Attack on Medicare

According to the Congressional Budget Office, the GOP tax bill will instantly trigger $400 billion in automatic cuts to Medicare in the next 10 years, including $25 billion in the first year after enactment alone.

These cuts are the result of a law known as Statutory PAYGO. That law requires an automatic cut in spending when Congress increases the deficit. The tax bill is, in Donald Trump’s words, “a big, beautiful Christmas present”—for Trump’s family and other billionaires. If the Republicans are successful in passing a tax bill that increases the deficit by $1.5 trillion, as they intend, the provisions of PAYGO will be activated.

To be clear: If the tax bill passes the Senate and is signed into law by Trump, nothing more needs to be done to cut Medicare. If the House and Senate do nothing, the cuts take effect immediately after the end of the congressional session and get bigger every passing year. A vote for this tax bill is a vote to cut Medicare.

Read entire article HERE.


Monday, November 20, 2017