Democrats and liberals have bet the house that the Trump tax cut would either not pass or not work. Now that the first has happened and the second is happening, they have no good place to position themselves.
They complain that it gives too much to the rich and does nothing for the poor, an accusation that rings more and more flat as black unemployment reaches a twenty year low.
They can argue that it is a giveaway to rich corporations, even as its job creating impact among smaller companies becomes more and more evident.
The impact of this tax cut is too wide and too broad for even Democrats to miss it in their daily economic lives.
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