Game of Distraction

As President Trump engages in foreign affairs, amid the distraction, congress will be passing tax-reform measures. This is a winning, operational design, used by the Bush administration to pass tax relief for the rich.

In financial circles, rumor has it the Trump administration is looking to pull tax reform. That means congress will devise specific measures and tax reform will appear on the president’s desk to be signed amid all the distraction.

We know cutting the tax burden for the rich does not actually cause economic growth. It really has the opposite effect, but we will do it again, anyway, distracted by cruising missiles into Syria, for example, while Chinese troops amass on the North Korean border.

What will derive from tax reform, and suddenly spring forward, is the deflation monster.

Fate appears to randomly create the determination of winners and losers, effectively operationalized, as a whole, to game the system.


About griffithlighton

musician-composer, artist, writer, philosopher and political economist (M.A.)
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