Business Insider: Ron Johnson will vote "No" on current Senate and House plans
Update: WSJ: Tax reform passes House, now onto Senate
Oh oh...I hope this is not start of GOPe derailment. Johnson hints that if he can get some unspecified changes to benefit small pass through businesses vs. lowering the corporate tax rate, he might be able to vote yes.
I do not think tax reform goes as far as it should either. There are problems with the initial tax plan. While I want the final produce to be a good as it can be, we are way better off with a less than perfect tax reform plan passing than without it.
And if the GOP manage to get rid of the Obamacare individual mandate, oh boy! I get what I want for Christmas. But there is still work to do. And John McCain and Susan Collins are still out there.
AoSHQ/J.J. Sefton: Hmm, beware when they start talking about being principled...
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