Are you sure the "opportunity zones" part of the Trump tax plan is really helping the poor and the poor with business opportunities?
It is the latest example of the benefits of the Republican tax package flowing disproportionately to the richest of the rich. Even a tax break that was supposed to aid poor communities — an initiative called “opportunity zones” — is being used in part to finance high-end developments in affluent neighborhoods, at times benefiting those with ties to the Trump administration.
- JerryLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
It's the norm, not the exception for a GOP program to be a mechanism for funneling the tax dollars from our public treasury into the private pockets of the already wealth. If it happened in an African nations, Our Corporate Media would be telling us "President's Cronies Loot National Treasury ... Again."
- donLv 52 months ago
The "richest of the rich" in the ghetto ? "benefitting those with ties to the Trump administration" ?
Why not just admit you have no idea what the h e l l you are talking about.? Its a great program which by the way,Obama REFUSED TO DO !
- Anonymous2 months ago
Friend I take a look at the national debt clock no matter what claim is made about how the economy is or how the stock market is doing the bottom line is the national debt clock if you see it climbing at a ridiculous speed that means the eagle that's us is falling from the sky
- Integration 20Lv 72 months ago
Slow down there, Karl Marx...
Are you actually suggesting that because a tax initiative for the poor might also positively affect wealthier stakeholders that we shouldn't do it?
If the rich benefits, no one benefits? Yeah?
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- Godless GazooLv 72 months ago
It makes it easier to open business in poor areas. If you think their life is getting better without that happening I got a bridge in Brooklyn for sale cheap.