Can Democrats Take Back Congress After GOP Tax Bill?
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FEATURING RICHARD (RJ) ESKOW – Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer warned Republicans this week as they passed their behemoth tax bill skewed to the rich that it, “will be an anchor around the ankles of every Republican.” Indeed Schumer and other Democratic Party leaders are also celebrating the passage of the tax bill because they see it as lighting their path to retaking both the House and Senate next November.
The special election in Alabama which gave the liberal party a surprise seat in a deeply red state helped fuel that optimism. Now, the passage of the deeply unpopular tax bill could help push that momentum to political victory for Democrats. But, as has been the case for years, Democrats are often their own worst enemy.
Read Richard Eskow’s latest article ‘The Tax Bill Is a Lifeline for Democrats. Will They Sink or Swim?’, HERE.
Richard (RJ) Eskow, host of The Zero Hour, a weekly radio program, and a Senior Fellow with the Campaign for America’s Future. He is also a former consultant and public policy advisor. His writings have appeared in a number of print and digital publications. His latest piece is entitled, “The Tax Bill Is a Lifeline for Democrats. Will They Sink or Swim?.”