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OMB's Mulvaney carries out Vindictive Trump Cuts, while HHS's Price defends $500,000 Tax Cut for Insurance CEO's.

Friday, March 17, 2017 15:45
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The brutal vindictive nature of Office of Management and Budget Director Mark Mulvaney’s comments are still sinking in for many:

Mulvaney: “…focusing on the recipients of the money and the folks who give us the money in the first place.”

No, the focus is on the “givers,” because it’s clear the recipients are getting cut off…the recipients being senior citizens using Meals on Wheels.

Nothing said class warfare more than telling a single parent they should be resentful of a senior citizen using their taxes for Meals on Wheels.

The eye opening cold cruel week continued with this jaw dropping defense of a half million dollar tax cut for the insurance CEO’s making out like bandits under a “free market” health care system. Price first denied it was in the reform bill, before realizing it was, and for good reason (he thinks). NOTE: There’s nothing free market about insurers setting prices with doctors and hospitals for care – there’s no competition between insurers because their negotiations are confidential. There wasn’t any before the ACA.

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