McKhan’s Crew Targets Taxes: Sunday’s Comic

GOP senators raise concerns over tax plan

GOP senators are quickly raising concerns about the Senate GOP tax plan hours after being briefed on the details of the proposal.

GOP Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), who is retiring after 2018, issued a warning shot over the debt, saying he remains concerned about by Republicans’ tax proposals, appearing to refer to both the House and Senate plans.

“I remain concerned over how the current tax reform proposals will grow the already staggering national debt by opting for short-term fixes while ignoring long-term problems for taxpayers and the economy,” Flake said in a statement.

He added that lawmakers “must achieve real tax reform crafted in a fiscally responsible manner” and he would work on the Senate floor “to deliver on that goal.”

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6 Comments on "McKhan’s Crew Targets Taxes: Sunday’s Comic"

  1. The Oracle of Tucson | November 12, 2017 at 1:23 am | Reply

    It should be clarified, GOP Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), isn’t retiring after 2018, truthfully as a sitting incumbent, he’s just avoiding the harsh embarrassment of having his ass handed to him in a disastrous primary defeat…
    Audios dumbass….

    The Oracle

  2. Great picture of two of the worst swamp creatures on this planet. One is dead and doesn’t know it and the other doesn’t have a clue and will do and say anything the little Johnnie tells him to do. Represent the state and country? My ass.

  3. Honestly, I fear the damage to his brain has turned him to a radical liberal. Very sad, I once admired him and voted for him to be President. Now I pity him as the horrible disease eats away at him brain all while fearing for Republican party.

  4. Progressivism is a horrible disease.

  5. Rep. Mark Finchem, AZ LD-11 | November 12, 2017 at 7:36 pm | Reply

    So I have to ask, Jeff where have you been for the last 5 years? This is not a new problem.

  6. I still can not believe that We keep on Re-electing one of the Members of the Keating Five. I mean really

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