I hope Rachel Greszler – creator of the syndicated opinion column that compares comic Jerry Seinfeld’s American Specific Black Card with the federal debt restrict (Jan. 27, Web page A7) – reads the letter to the editor on the earlier web page from Peter Greene, the place he illustrates how our enormous nationwide debt has been fueled over the a long time by tax-cutting Republicans, not the spending habits of Democrats.
If the federal authorities had a wage like Jerry Seinfeld’s, it may simply qualify for an American Specific Black Card. Sadly, the federal government is underpaid because of Republican politicians’ shortsighted vote-getting technique of chopping taxes on the rich.
Not as soon as in her column does Greszler confer with this lack of funding the federal government as a contributing issue to our nation’s sky-high debt. As she explains, even these with Black Playing cards have their revenue ranges constantly monitored, and may have their Black Card revoked if their revenue decreases an excessive amount of.
If Jerry Seinfeld stopped having sufficient funding assets, he would have his Black Card revoked. It’s the Republican tax cuts on the rich that ought to trigger a revocation of our Black Card. We nonetheless have the invoice from earlier years’ underfunded Black Card, and if we would like American Specific to qualify us to maintain our Black Card, we’ve to pay our present invoice, revoke Donald Trump’s tax cuts on the rich and work towards growing our nation’s wage.