The Democratic leaders in Washington have been wringing their hands over the fact that the tax surplus will only be $165 billion this year, compared to the projected $270 billion in April. They blame our president's tax refund checks for the shortfall.
For once, the liberals are correct. The checks we are receiving are coming straight from the treasury, so of course the surplus will be less. The truth is we have a federal budget and we are being charged an extra $165 billion than it needs. That's like being charged $10 for a gallon of milk at the store.
Money-hungry Democrats are painfully aware they are losing this extra pork. Their "doom and gloom" propaganda is being echoed by big media without question, which scares investors, which hurts the stock market, which damages the United States' economy.
Big media and powerful liberals want a troubled economy when a Republican is in office because they can demonize him and be our savior. They don't care about the working man; they want the issue, they want the power.