Levin on tax reform: Don’t play the Left’s ‘class warfare game’
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Levin on tax reform: Don’t play the Left’s ‘class warfare game’

Posted September 27, 2017 07:34 PM by Nate Madden Trump tax reform plan
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GOP leadership is now pulling out all the stops to push its tax reform plan, but there are some serious “poison pills” to watch out for, LevinTV Host Mark Levin warned on his radio show Wednesday evening.

The first problem is that fewer and fewer people will pay federal income taxes, while still receiving government benefits.

The second problem, Levin said, is that President Trump has left open the possibility for a new top tax bracket that Democrat leadership will surely use to exploit and divide. 

That, Levin said, outlines the difference between conservatism and populism. “We don’t play this class warfare game,” Levin said. “We believe in individual freedom; we believe in property rights.”

Rather than playing a leftist “class warfare game” that uses “the language of Marx, Bernie Sanders, [and] Saul Alinsky” to appease Democrats, Levin said, the key to creating jobs and wealth is to unleash the American people from the chains of taxation, regulation, and government, by cutting taxes across the board.


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Nate Madden is CRTV’s congressional correspondent. Follow him @NateMaddenCRTV or send tips to nmadden@crtv.com.