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Democrats' Control Inflation Act Is Just Build Back Better 2.0 and a Scam

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Democrats love to play with terms.

Redefine everything. From recessions to bill titles, semantics are everything that fits the story of the day.

Their latest Inflation Reduction Act of 2022That's quite the title. But beneath the shiny new label lies a familiar monster. It is the remnants of the so-called "build-for-better" plan, the greatest tax and spending measure ever conceived, and has been revived. That said, it has been slightly hollowed out and restyled to entice unsuspecting Americans.

Certainly creative. The same Democrats who spent $1 trillion causing the highest inflation in nearly 40 years said the very solution to the problem they created was to spend billions more. I'm trying to convince people that there is. Even the snake oil salesman is shocked by the scheme.

I think he needs a little transparency from his colleagues.

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Biden administrationFamilies are running out of wallets and savings for essentials. We're talking about groceries, rent, gas, and more. Your salary is getting less and less valuable. Let's not forget the interest rate hikes necessitated by out-of-control Democratic spending. This strains credit card balances and costs the taxpayer an extra $2.5 trillion in interest payments on government bonds. It's a harsh reality when we have no choice but to make decisions that add to our unsustainable financial trajectory and make family life more difficult. Less campaign flashiness leaves us with higher taxes, an oversized IRS, rising energy costs, and subsidies for the liberal elite.

So if the very proposition you tout as a panacea against inflation is met with independent estimates that it will not lower inflation in the short term, that is a problem. In fact, it can make things worse.

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That the bill, combined with the bipartisan Joint Tax Assessment Commission, would hurt Americans of all income levels. Initial estimates show that more than half of the new taxes will be paid by people earning less than $400,000 a year. For anyone earning less than her $200,000 a year, he will have $16.7 billion in taxes in 2023 alone. And on the corporate side, where the anti-corporate left likes to use interest rates as a rallying cry, the reality is sobering. Regulations encourage manufacturers to move abroad, further encouraging investment in countries such as China. As the economy continues to contract at an alarming pace, the impact of higher taxes must be considered. Even Senator Chuck Schumer and former President Barack Obama say they won't raise taxes in a recession.

Second,he plans to double the size of the IRS, spending $80 billion and hiring thousands of new agents. we know the reality It wasn't long ago that the White House implemented bank account tracking on $600 a year transactions through his Venmo. They don't chase millionaires or big corporations. They are used to tighten audits on hardworking middle-class Americans.

And while paying more at the pump, the bill would provide significant tax incentives for the wealthy to buy electric vehicles. There is also money to entertain the Green New Deal's crackdown on livestock "shedding." Billions of dollars will be spent on provisions such as addressing "gut methane emissions from ruminants" and finding alternatives to animal feed. It just scratched the surface. Other priorities include subsidies for environmental justice, a new natural gas tax that will further increase household utility bills, and green energy subsidies that further endanger grid reliability.

The real fall in inflation will come when we return to a growth-oriented agenda.

Democrats would also argue that provisions containing socialist prescription drug lock-in programs would keep inflation in check. There is no proof of that. It also overlooks the consequences of people being deprived of life-saving care. A study by the University of Chicago found that these measures could prevent hundreds of treatments from reaching the market. less hope. That's bad policy. Equipped with a gimmick that assumes deficit reduction. No real spending cuts. It's all stipulated under a budget gimmick that doesn't really change the current financial glide path. Get 

Pull back the curtain, this package is really a scam. Democrats have shown time and time again to use the crisis as "a golden opportunity to restructure things to fit their vision." It's outspoken about fulfilling the wish list of a philosopher. This massive government expansion under the guise of inflation relief is no exception.

When the luster of their latest marketing campaign fades, we are left with tax increases, an oversized his IRS, rising energy costs, and subsidies to the liberal elite.

You don't have to be a policy expert to see that their 2.0 version should join the first version in the ashes of history.

The real fall in inflation will come when we return to a growth-oriented agenda. Until recently, under Republican leadership, our economy was booming, wages were rising, and unemployment was at a historic low. Republican tax reform has lowered federal tax rates for households at all income levels, increasing the share of tax paid by the top 1%. 

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will restore America's business competitiveness, increasing employment, maximizing household incomes, lowering poverty rates to We have regained foreign investment. 


CORPORATE TAX REVENUE set a new record. The hard-working family looked confidently into the future before the pandemic hit. 

Let's get back to the point. Instead of taxing and spending more, we must curb our finances, keep America's economy competitive, deregulate, and unleash America's energy grip.

Republican Steve Womack represents Arkansas' 3rd congressional district in the United States House of Representatives.