It’s Time To Increase Taxes On The Poor and “Working Class”

Written By Gilbert Miser

It remains 2017’s biggest non-story, that Donald Trump has done an impeccable job reducing the budget deficit of our country. A non-American source for this story (Reuters) reports that America’s budget deficit is $90 billion dollars, which is drastically lower than Obama’s budget deficit of $23 trillion dollars that he doomed the country for. However we are still spending more than what we’re earning, and that is dangerous. The rich have been taxed to ludicrous amounts, and we still cannot make more money. The middle class have paid their fair share for the duration of IRS, and that is fine. America’s most poorest people are also the people who get taxed far less than any other tax rate, that in today’s world, is completely unacceptable.

The poor hardly pay a damn dime in this country, and they own refrigerators. They learned how to store and preserve food. Good for them. Much like our oil reserves in North Dakota, Wyoming, and Oklahoma, the ‘Working Class’ and ‘Poor’ tax brackets paying such a low percent in taxes act as America’s frugal tendencies not to rake in money she well deserves. We live in times of terror where ISIS, Iran, Al-Qaeda and North Korea threaten to destroy our country on a daily basis, and if we can’t spend more money on our military to combat these damn Terrorist hell-hounds, how can we sleep at night?

Taxing the ‘Working Class’ and ‘Poor’, also America’s largest tax brackets, would definitely be an economic force that would wipe out the remaining budget deficit and America can finally begin to start saving for Her retirement. But we still need to cut several other departments and Medicaid so America can earn more money to spend more on Defense. Once we’re good with defensive spending, we can start spending some money to our offense and truly mobilize America as the strongest military force in the known universe! Remember kids, America went into space first, to kick its ass!

Wouldn’t it feel good to tell your kids that? Then we must tax the poor at much higher rates. They have food preserved so don’t feel to bad for them, they can always just work harder to earn themselves more money out of that tax bracket. It’s so easy.

Still, a $90 billion deficit (a “trigger” word liberals close their eyes and ears and go “LALALALALA” to) is a sign that America is in financial trouble, which is embarrassing compared to China or Germany, and the Germans are dog-tied to the European Union because of the poor Slovak countries and most egregiously, Greece. They don’t have deficits and they threaten to out-make more money in GDP than us! That’s something we must stop at all costs, or else the costs turn out to be priceless. And being priceless isn’t the American way.

The higher taxes on the poor should be a good reminder to them about the proper ways to conserve money. You don’t need to spend more money on your dumb phone and Candy Crush or whatever, you need to save all that money and put it into a bond, bitch! Poor people spend too much money and it’s no wonder why they remain tied to their class. It’s a shame they are placed onto where they are, but times are drastic and desperate in America today, so it’s time they pay their fair share. That is at least, the American way.

Gilbert Miser is the Bullshit News financial correspondent. His billionaire parents died under mysterious circumstances he was two. As the only child, he inherited all of their wealth and became a multibillionaire. He was formerly a major broker with Lehman Brothers and MF Broker before retiring from the banking industry to become a part-time writer for Bullshit News. He owns a Yorkie named “Gunner”. 

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