Senate, Energy Independence, Food Stamps discussed on The Sean Hannity Show


You want to be a part of the program i have known orrin hatch for all these years i don't think i've ever heard him that animated ever because it is an absolute lie uh that this bill that they're gonna hopefully pass in the senate uh the republican bill is has anything of any benefit to anybody that is quote rich at is one of my biggest complaints about republicans at yep twenty percent of americans the pay most of the taxes in this country 50 percent pay no federal income taxes none zero so we have redistribution now if you believe in supplyside conservative economics reaganomics which i have always believed in and continue to believe and i would argue that the republicans have been abandoned that uh and while they're what they're doing on the corporate side is phenomenal middleclass tax scott as phenomenal repatriation is phenomenal uh when they passed you know drilling an anwar and energy independence that's phenomenal for economic growth the engine of economic growth that will get people off of food stamps out of poverty and back to work with this election was really all about i know and all we spend an inordinate amount of time against the never ending attacks against the president but this is what's gonna make the difference on top of the growth of we've already gotten because of the end of burdensome regulation that the president did on his own and if we're here to weigh in on all of this larry kudlow cnbc host former reagan administration economists author of the new book it's a must read if you want to understand economics reaganomics the the supplied sized conservative argument of haddock create growth in the economy the jfk and reagan revolution a secret history of american prosperity also stay even more is with us distinguish visiting fellow or project for economic growth at the heritage foundation gentleman welcome back both of you to the program hi sean um larry when you were on last time we both agreed this is great in terms of the corporate tax cut the repatriation the push towards energy independence the end of burdensome regulations but any notion that this is a tax cut for the wealthy is just patently false try agree i would only add these are needed it for new buildings and technology frick.

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