Her ass is very tight, and that's because Daya's hasn't experienced much in the way of anal sex.
The new tax plan doesn't have to completely screw the Middle Class – the old tax plan already did that!
Excise taxes were a type of tax that Corporations couldn't avoid paying because they were based on sales – not phony P&L statements so, of course, those have been slashed from 13.4% to 3% (down 77.6%) and there, in a nutshell, is why the US is Tn in debt – it's nothing but Tn of tax avoidance by Corporations that's gotten worse and worse every year for decades and the proposal on the table now is to CUT THEIR TAXES FURTHER and also give massive tax cuts to the owners of those Corporations. 67% of the people now disapprove of the direction our country is heading but the GOP is doubling down for the 32%.
Only 67% of Republicans still support the President, down from 80% in March and that does not bode well for next year's elections with 13 months to go.
Instead of getting a handle on what's actually wrong with this country, our Vice President, Mike Pence, flew to Indianapolis over the weekend in order to engage in some performance art – walking out on the Colts game "Pence had just been in Las Vegas, and his next stop was Los Angeles, a short plane flight west — but he instead flew all the back to Indianapolis for this photo op, taking his entourage and his security detail with him.
He's highly skeptical of Trump's tax plan, and may be tough to get onside on other key issues.
Those key issues include tax reform and the Obamacare repeal (yes, they are still trying to do that) and those are the underpinnings for the market rally.
" Watch to hear Daya's responses, and as you already know, she responded with all the right reasons.
Then, right in his backyard, James removes two bejeweled butt plugs from his pocket in order to warm up Daya's backyard.
Including "" taxes (that's right, they talk about cutting entitlement spending but ignore tha fact that they already took that money from you – so you ARE ENTITLED to get it back!
), Individual Taxes have jumped from 51.8% of all collections in the 50s to 80% in 2015 (up 42%) while Corporate Taxes (including Excise Taxes) have dropped from 45.5% to 13.8% (down 70%).
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